Blue-Leaved Wattle (Acacia saligna)
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A yellow dye is obtained from the flowers.
A green dye is obtained from the seed pods.
On a 10% moisture basis, the bark contains 21.5% tannin.
A fast growing plant, it is used for reclaiming eroded hillsides and wastelands and for stabilizing drift sands as well as for fuel. This is one of the best woody species for binding moving sand. It is useful for windbreaks, amenity plantings, beautification projects, and roadside stabilization in semiarid regions.
Plants are heavily armed with thorns and make a good screen or hedge in warm temperate areas.
Cultivation & Habitat
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