The remote Kimberley region in Western Australia features dramatic landscapes filled with river gorges and sandstone formations that were featured in the 2008 film The Kimberley is also home to the massive boab tree, close relative of the African
Acacia waterfall. groundcover variety of Acacia cognata grafted onto a suitable rootstock to form a delicate looking, soft, weeping Wattle. The graceful curtain of foliage will reach the ground and beyond if left untrimmed. It produces fluffy lemon coloured balls during spring. prefers well drained clay or sandy loams with a neutral to slightly acid pH. Will mature to around 70 to 90 cm across but will grow no higher than what it is in the pot.Has very low water needs once established.
6 native plants that thrive in winter----Limelight: The lovely bright lime colour of ‘Limelight’ makes it a popular choice for both modern or traditional gardens. It’s a dwarf form of Acacia cognataand is both compact and dense.