June, July, August, September
Acacia acuminata is a tall shrub or tree that ranges in height from 2 to 5m, although it can be taller. The yellow flowers produced from July to October are butterfly attracting and acuminata is also a well known host species for Quandongs (Santalum acuminatum).
Beermullah Region, Dardanup Region, Darling granite, Darling laterite, Darling Plateau Valleys, Darling Scarp, Forrestfield
Ashendon, Bailup, Baskerville, Bedfordale, Beechina, Bickley, Brigadoon, Canning Mills, Carmel, Chidlow, Darlington, Gidgegannup, Glen Forrest, Gooseberry Hill, Gorrie, Hacketts Gully, Hovea, Jane Brook, Jarrahdale, Kalamunda, Karragullen, Karrakup, Kelmscott, Keysbrook, Lesmurdie, Mahogany Creek, Martin, Millenden, Mount Helena, Mundaring, North Dandalup, Orange Grove, Parkerville, Paulls Valley, Pickering Brook, Piesse Brook, Red Hill, Reservoir, Roleystone, Sawyers Valley, Serpentine, Stoneville, The Lakes, Walliston, Whitby, Wooroloo