- Acacia pravissima
- Small tree or shrub
- winter flowering
- masses of pale yellow flowers
Acacia pravissima is an unusual evergreen foliage which is blueish green and attached directly to the stems forming an angular appearance. Scented pale yellow ball shaped flowers are produced smothering the plant in March and April, aas a focal point in a winter garden it's stunning!
Acacia pravissima is the hardiest of the Acacia's and will withstand -10 regularly. Prefers a sheltered spot with full sun and a free draining soil. Hardy.
Height & Spread: Height 2-4m.
Flower Colour: Yellow
Soil Type: Acid to neutral moist but well drained
Aspect: full sun sheltered from cold winter winds
Season of Interest: Spring
Colours and sizes are approximate and are intended as a guideline and may vary according to local conditions