The Acacia Fimbirata is a perennial plant of the Genus Acacia, native to the eastern Australian coasts; it is commonly found in coastal zones and adjacent plains. It can develop into a shrub or a tree, it can reach 6-7m in height and 6m in width. It blooms between July and November.
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This tree was classified as “Fimbriata” by the Scottish botanist George Don, in 1832.