Acacia venulosa: is a member of the Mimosaceae family and was previously known as Acacia lanigera var venulosa.
Acacia venulosa is a slender, upright shrub reaching a height of two metres. Young branches are angular, hairy and sticky. Phyllodes are lanceolate or oblong, rigid and stiff with three prominent veins. Globular flower heads consist of 25-35 individual yellow flowers. Usually one or two flower heads are carried at the base of each phyllode. Spring is the flowering period.
Acacia venulosa is found in north-eastern New South Wales and southern Queensland. This Wattle is one of seven species that are native to Yallaroo. Plants are scattered throughout our regenerating woodland.
Acacia venulosa is a colourful shrub that would be at home in native garden beds.
Propagate from seed and probably cuttings.