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Acacia schinoides is a shrub or tree indigenous to Australia. It has also been introduced into Kenya and Zimbabwe and it is cultivated there. A common name for the plant in Australia is green cedar wattle.
Acacia schinoides Wikipedia
Acacia schinoides grows to a height of 2–10 m. In summer it bears cream-colored, ball-shaped flowers. It is a, "Fast-growing tree in well-composted soil."
The shrub makes a good garden hedge.
Acacia schinoides can withstand frosts as low as −7 °C. It does well in both shade and sun.