The Acacia Covenyi is a perennial plant of the Genus Acacia, native to Australia. It is not a widespread variety, it is considered to be a rarity, and can be found in some areas in New South Wales. This tree has an abundant flowering: it produces golden yellow flower clusters of 10-12 cm between January and February.
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The Acacia Covenyi can grow up to 3-6m in height and its main feature is the bluish colour of its leaves.
This tree prefers full exposure to sunlight and well drained soils. It can stand frost.