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Acacia kempeana

Witchetty Bush

A small, multi-stemmed shrub with broad silvery leaves, flat, papery seed pods, and abundant, showy yellow cylindrical flower spikes. The plant is extremely important to Central Australian aboriginal peoples due to the large edible witchetty grubs found in its roots. Grows to 4 metres tall and tolerates a wide variety of soils.

  • Screening

  • Attractive

  • Bird and butterfly attracting

  • Waterwise

  • Drought tolerant

  • Shrub

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