Acacia granitica: is a member of the Mimosaceae family and occurs in southernPlants
Queenslandand northern New South Wales. The species is often found growing among granite boulders. Apparently there are two forms. One is low and spreading with a flat top. The other form is tall and round.
The form that grows on the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales is low and spreading with a flat top. There is a population about 50 kilometres west of Yallaroo.
Both forms have long, narrow, leathery phyllodes. Each phyllode has many fine parallel veins. The flower-heads are small, oval, bright yellow and carried at the base of each phyllode. Flowering occurs between September and November.
The growth habit, of the low-growing form, and the flowers, of both forms, are attractive features.
Acacia granitica prefers a sunny position in well-drained soil.
Prune lightly after flowering.
Propagate from seed or cuttings.