A large shrub or small tree. Blue-green true leaves.
The scientific name of the species honours the botanist Frederick Manson Bailey. It is indigenous to a small area of southern New South Wales
, but it has been widely planted in other Australian states and territories. In many areas it has become naturalised and is regarded as a weed, out-competing indigenous species.
Flowering start in August and ends in September.
The main flower colour is yellow.
In many areas it has become naturalised and is regarded as a weed, out-competing indigenous species. Acacia baileyana is used in Europe in the cut flower industry.
Created: 31 Aug 2014 - Member - John and Val
Updated: 02 Sep 2014 - Member - John and Val
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