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Acacia stenophylla, the shoestring acacia, is an evergreen tree in the family Fabaceae native to Australia
Acacia stenophylla is a fast-growing tree, that grows to 4–10 metres (13–33 ft) tall. The form is upright with decumbent or weeping branches and foliage. The leaves are gray to gray-green, narrow and long.
Acacia stenophylla has medium salt and frost tolerance. The average minimum annual rainfall that the tree needs is around 400mm/yr. It is not listed as a threatened species.
Common names used in Australia include:Balkura, Belalie, Black Wattle, Dalby Myall, Dalby Wattle, Dunthy, Eumong, Gooralee, Gurley, Ironwood, Munumula, Native Willow, River Cooba, River Cooba, and River Myall.
The plant is said to contain medicinal alkaloids.
Acacia stenophylla is widely planted as a drought tolerant and decumbent ornamental tree. It is cultivated by plant nurseries, and used in modernist gardens and in public landscapes in the Southwestern United States and California.
Acacia stenophylla Wikipedia