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Weeping Myall Tree for Sale – Limited Stock Now – more available Sept 22 subject to seed harvest + birds


Acacia pendula

Form: Evergreen that grows to 10 metres – less on heavy black soil.

Functions: Windbreak. Frost Break. Ornamental. Interplant with Trees from Gondwana. Last resort drought fodder for cattle/sheep

Frost and Hardiness: Grows throughout Inland Qld and NSW especially part of Brigalow Belt. Once established, trees will persist through the driest times with ease.

Planting: Year round with tree guard protection.

Product:  Trees may be suitable for pollarding – yet to be tested – however other similar acacias will regrow if cut off high. Leaves are then source of mulch – branches for firewood.

SUPER TUBES ONLY as Seedlings need extra space for root development 

Growth Rate: Capable of reaching 2 metres within 3-5 years

Natural Range and Soil Type: Known to grow on black soil and lighter loam. May favour loam for maximum height.

Predators: All Grazers will eat small seedlings. Prune to above stock height. Once mature cattle tend to ignore if ample grass is available.

Weeping Myall Tree

PHOTO 1: Weeping Foliage of The Myall Tree.

Weeping Myall Tree

PHOTO 2: Mother Tree for Seed. 10 metres tall located on neighboring property – Jimbour on Juan Creek – Light Alluvial Soil. Last good rain here was Jan 2020.  Date of Photo 13/03/21

Weeping Myall Tree

PHOTO 3: In flower will attract Native Bees. 


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