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Acacia georginae

Georgina Gidgee

A medium-sized tree with gnarled trunk, leathery leaves, a dense silvery canopy and large spiralled seed pods. Growing to 5 metres tall, acacia georginae provides prolific shade without blocking house gutters with leaves, and the hollows the tree often forms provide habitat for lizards, bats, birds and invertebrates. Tolerates a variety of well-watered soils.

  • Shade

  • Screening

  • Habitat provider

  • Attractive

  • Waterwise

  • Drought tolerant

  • Tree

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