Acacia consobrina – Watercourse Wattle

Native to south-western WA, this Acacia is a small, spreading shrub that flowers from autumn to winter. It forms a rounded shape and naturally grows on clay and sandy clay loams.

Scientific Name:Acacia consobrina
Common Name:Wattle
Other Common Names:Watercourse Wattle
Plant Type:Small shrub, Large shrub
Height:0.5 ~ 1.3 metres
Width:1.5 ~ 3.5 metres
Flower Colour:Yellow
Flowering Time:Autumn, Winter
Ph Level:Acid, Neutral, Alkaline
Soil Type:Clay, Loamy, Sandy loam, Clay loam, Poor soil
Plant Environment:Low maintenance garden, Drought resistant
Climate Zone:Warm temperate, Cool temperate, Semi-arid
Light:Sunny, Light shade
Planting Season:Spring
Growth Habit:Evergreen, Open foliage, Spreading, Mound-shaped
Lifespan:Perennial, Short lived
Soil Moisture:Well-drained, Moist moderate drainage
Propagation Method:Seed
Frost Tolerance:Tolerates light frost
Special Uses:Erosion control, Fast growing
Attracts Wildlife:Bees



Angus recommends Bush Tucker fertiliser for native plants