Hakea Wattle
Bud, Leaf & Flower
Hakea Wattle
Green Pods
Hakea Wattle (Acacia hakeoides)Class: Plants (Plantae) - Land Plants (Charophyta) - Land Plants (Equisetopsida)
Order: Legumes (Fabales)
Family: Legume (Fabaceae or Leguminosae)     iNaturalist Observation
Species: Hakea Wattle (Acacia hakeoides)
This Photo:     Flower, with mating Weevils

Thank you David Muirhead for confirming and Andrew Allanson for helping with the id of this species for us

General Species Information:
Found on Ellura (in the Murray Mallee, SA), Coastal Areas and elsewhere
We have quite a few examples were multiple bushes look like one huge bush.
Bright yellow, petal-less, ball flowers with long, oval, green leaves. The leaves are wide with a round tip and often have a thin yellow edge.
Stems are yellow when young going through green, brown then to grey wood with age.
Seeds are grown in pods. Unlike most pods these are very shaped, around each seed. When the pod splits open the black seeds can be seen, and are held in by stalks until ready to disperse.

Copyright © 2012-2024 Brett & Marie Smith. All Rights Reserved. Photographed 12-Aug-2012
This species is classed as LC (Least Concern) in the Murray Mallee, SA, by DENR (Regional Species Status Assessments, July 2010)