Windbreaks for Geraldton – Jam Trees

by | Oct, 2017

Jam Trees (Acacia acuminata) – Looking for attractive small shade and screening trees in a native garden setting? Look no further,  with low leaf fall and suited to loams, gravels and clay soils, this is one of our favourites.

It’s timber is very hard and termite resistant. Back in the days, they were used as fencing posts. Now more likely to used as craft wood or as host trees for Sandalwood.

Posted by: Johnny

Director of Drylands Foundation. Farm Assistant and Volunteer, since 1997.

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