Golden Wattle (Acacia pycnantha)
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A yellow dye is obtained from the flowers.
A green dye is obtained from the seed pods.
The extensive root system of this plant helps to prevent soil erosion. It is often planted for this purpose on sandy banks.
The bark is rich in tannin[1, 171]. On a 10% moisture basis, the bark contains 40.8% tannin.
Cultivation & Habitat
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