The Acacia Cultriformis is a perennial tree of the genus Acacia native to Australia.
It is naturally grown and widely cultivated in Asia, Africa, North America and New Zealand. It can reach 4m in height. It can bloom from August to November in its natural environment. Its foliage and its abundant flowers make it a very popular garden plant.
It was classified as Cultriformis by the Scottish botanist George Don in 1832.
USES AND FUN FACTS:
It is used to make cut flowers and to make a wide range of recipes in cooking.
The Acacia Cultriformis is widely used is gardens. It can stand drought and frost, and can be used to fight soil erosion; it can be grown on a wide range of soils.