A prostrate form of the Cootamundra Wattle, having fern like, evergreen, blue-green foliage. In winter this spreading shrub is covered in masses of golden, fluffy, ball flowers. Great planted in the garden or in pots and containers. Flowers will attract birds to the garden.

Pot Size
14cm
PBR
No
Native/Exotic
Native
Habit
Prostrate spreading shrub
Height
.60
Width
4
Foliage
Fern like blue green foliage
Flower
Golden fluffy ball shaped flowers
Flowering Time
Winter
Position
Best grown in full sun. tolerates most soils and sites, including coastal, extreme temperatures and short water logging periods.
Cultural Notes
Prune after flowering to increase density