Acacia baueri

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General Plant Info

Acacia baueri, is commonly known by the name "Tiny Wattle", and it is one of the smallest of all wattles. It grows on well-drained white coastal sands in Queensland.

Consists of 2 subspecies:

Acacia baueri subsp aspera

Acacia baueri subsp baueri

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A beautiful little plant about 30cm high, but is not that long lived in cultivation. It is a plant that leaves its seed in the ground. Not only does it require perfect drainage, but it also likes a constant source of water, which is usually accessed from a relatively high water table in it's native location on coastal sand dunes in QLD.