Stringybark Wattle, Narrow-leafed Wattle, Narrow Leaved Wattle, Narrow-leaved Wattle.
Linearifolia, from Latin linearis, linear, and folium, leaf, referring to narrow "leaves".
Presence in Australia
Noted in the areas The Rock-Henty-Milbrulong and Corowa-Rand-Urana.
This specie has been identified in the following Australian states: QLD, NSW, ACT, Vic.
Dry sclerophyll forest and woodland, from lower slopes to exposed rocky sites.
Erect or spreading small tree, 3-6m high with grey bark. Bipinnate leaves often persistent on adult plants.
Well-drained soil in the open.
Frost may damage young plants, which generally recover quickly.
Nov to Dec.
From scarified seed.
Shade and shelter
Useful low-level cover in windbreaks.
Legume - improves soil fertility by "fixing" nitrogen.
Attractive specimen. Can be grown under established trees. Very attractive when flowering.