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Indigenous to South Australia, but introduced into Victoria by the horticulture industry. A distinctive wattle growing to 3m, with many branches and rounded in shape. This species is often the first to flower during the Autumn, the developing flower buds (Pic 3) have a distinctive pine cone appearance. The grey-green leaves are also distinctive, (approx. 7cm long), coming off the stem at an almost 90 degree angle.