Acacia floribunda - White Sallow Wattle
A large shrub to a small tree, with narrow, elongate phyllodes. Closely related to A. longifolia but with smaller phyllodes, and with cream coloured cylindrical flower heads.
Habitat: In moist spots, such as river beds. Also widely planted in gardens
Distribution: NSW coast ranges, Victoria and S. Queensland.
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