Shrub or tree, 1–5 m high, often suckering; branchlets angled towards extremities, striate with yellowish resin ribs, glabrous.
Phyllodes ascending to erect, normally linear to linear-oblanceolate, 3.5–14 cm long, 3–10(–15)mm wide, straight to shallowly curved, thin, glabrous, dull, green to grey-green or subglaucous, obtuse; midrib prominent.
Flower heads globular, 2-4 per leaf axil, cream to lemon-yellow, sometimes light golden, young buds mealy.
Flowers mostly May - Oct
Small to large long-lived tree 6 - 30 m high.
Phyllodes narrowly elliptic, lanceolate or oblanceolate, 4–16 cm long, 6–25 mm wide, main veins 3–5, raised, distant. Flower heads, cream to yellow in clusters of 2 to 5.
Seed black, encircled by pink fleshy tissue.
One of the most wide-ranging trees in eastern Australia.
Flowers Aug - Oct