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Acacia victoriae

Bardi Bush

A small thorny acacia with grey-green leaves, prolific globular pale yellow flowers, and abundant seed that has been a valued food source to Aboriginal peoples in Central Australia. Important as a ‘pioneer species’ in regenerative projects, the species hosts nitrogen-fixing organisms and contributes nitrogen to the soil. Common on river flats, acacia victoriae grows to 5 metres tall, and favours sandy, well-drained soil.

  • Regeneration

  • Screening

  • Bird and butterfly attracting

  • Waterwise

  • Drought tolerant

  • Tree

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