Acacia longifolia Sydney Golden Wattle
A very common shrub to 4 m, with many thin branches. It's phyllodes are long, with a number of parallel veins. The bright yellow inflorescences are long, borne in the phyllode axils.
Flowering: winter to early spring.
Habitat: Sandy soils, in open areas. Often along roadsides.
Distribution: in Sydney widespread from coast to Mountains; NSW north coast to Victoria
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