Trade Acacia Research
Acacia dealbata, Silver Wattle, Blue Wutel or Mimosa, is a type of flowering plant in the Fabaceae legumes family, native to south-eastern Australia in New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, and the Australian Capital Territory and is widely offered in the Mediterranean, temperate warm, tropical highland landscape. is a fast growing evergreen tree or shrub that grows up to 30 meters, usually the leading species after the fire. The leaves are bipinnate, blue and green to silver-gray, 1-12 cm (sometimes to 17 cm) long and 1-11 cm wide, with 6-30 pairs of evidence, each between divided into 10-68 pairs of leaflets. The publications are 0.7-6 mm long and 0.4-1 mm wide. The flowers are produced in large tansmar flowers which consist of many bright yellow flowers of flowers 13-42. The fruit is a flattened pod 2-11.5 cm long and 6-14 mm wide, containing many seeds. Trees generally do not live longer than 30 to 40 years, and then in the wild they are left behind by other species where forest fires are excluded. In wet mountain areas, white lichen can cover almost the bark, which may contribute to the descriptor "silver". The specific Latin adjective dealbata also means "covered with white powder".