Food Plants International - Plant Fact Sheets Acacia decurrens - Sydney Green Wattle
Edible Portion: Gum, Leaves - Tea
An evergreen tree. It grows to 15 m high with a spread of 5 m across. The stem is green and angled. The young branches are winged. The leaves (phyllodes) are dark green and are divided into secondary leaflets. They have a appearance like a feather. The leaves are 8 cm long with 6-12 pairs of larger leaflets and 60-80 smallest leaflets. The flowers are golden yellow balls in a much branched flower. They are 0.5 cm across. They are in They have a sweet smell. Many flowers occur. The pods are long and constricted between the seeds.