Acacia caesilla: is a tall shrub with bluish-tinged phyllodes. The phyllodes are from 30-90 mm long, 3-8 mm wide and are slightly curved with a short blunt point. Flower heads are bright yellow and appear in spring. Each flower head contains between 12 to 16 individual flowers. Plants will sometimes develop a mallee growth habit with multiple stems. Both foliage and flowers are attractive features. The species is confined to NSW and occurs on the Central Tablelands and Western Slopes. This attractive wattle is common in the Warrumbungle National Park.
Propagate from seeds and possibly cuttings.