Acacia pickardii is a shrub or small tree 3-5 m
high. The stipules are spinose and the
inflorescence globular. It is distinguished within
the A. victoriae group by its sharp cylindrical
Galls, produced by thrips, are common on the
leaves of this species. These can be confused
as fruit by inexperienced observers.
Fruiting is very rare and the species reproduces
mainly by root suckering.
Flowering start in August and ends in November.
The main flower colour is yellow. For full details, please refer to my Blog below
Created: 12 Feb 2015 - Member - Stephen L (Clare SA)
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