The Coastal Myall
From coastal areas of New South Wales and Victoria, Acacia binervia is a spring flowering shrub to small tree commonly called the Coastal Myall.
Masses of large yellow flowers in spring attract birds and beneficial insects to the garden.
Excellent as a hedging plant for coastal areas, also suited as a background shrub or tree inn the garden border.
From seed and this is the way that the plant naturally regenerates after fire.
- Botanical Name – Acacia binervia
- Common Name – Coastal Myall
- Family – Fabaceae
- Position – Full sun to a little shade.
- Soil – Well drained.
- Height – 8 – 15 metres
- Growth rate – Medium to fast.
- Spread – To around 4 metres.
- Flowers – Yellow
- Flowering Time = Spring to Summer.
- Foliage – Blue Green.
- Frost tolerant – Mild frosts only
- Drought tolerance – Medium to good.