Acacia Acuminata – Narrow Phyllodes
Acacia acuminata is a native Australian tree that is endemic to arid-regions of Western Australia. It grows commonly in the south-east of the beautiful state of Western Australia. It goes by the name of Raspberry Jam Wattle as it produces the most beautiful, raspberry scent from the leaves, wood and the bark. In the Spring, the blossoms have a sweet and subtle aroma that takes over the warm forest breeze.
Description Acacia Acuminata
Lovingly and consciously wild harvested narrow phyllodes from newly fell trees in municipal regions of the Wheatbelt, Western Australia. Our local harvester has a strong connection with nature and has selected to harvest only from trees whit commune approval. Material from this tree is very sustainable as phyllodes are collected from fallen branches or trees.
Narrow phyllodes or leaves with some small wooden branches attached.