- Flower nameAcacia cultriformi
- Scientific nameAcacia cultriformi
- AliasKnife Acacia, ナイフアカシア, アカーキア クルトリフォルミス, Acacia cultriformi, Knife-leaf wattle
- Place of originAustralia
- Place of floweringGarden, Cut flowers, flower arrangement, Botanical Gardens, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May
What is Acacia cultriformi
Acacia cultriformi, commonly Knife-leaf wattle, Knife Acacia, or Sankakuba acacia (scientific name: Acacia cultriformi) is native to Australia and is an evergreen shrub belonging to the genus Acacia. It grows naturally in New South Wales, Australia. There are features in the leaves. The original leaf was degenerated, and instead the petiole changed to a flat triangular leaf. The leaf tips are sharp. In spring, 5-20 yellow spherical flowers bloom from the inflorescences that extend from the leaves. Gray-green leaves are used for cut flowers, yellow flowers are used for food and yellow dyes, and green dye is used for seed pods.
Common name: Acacia cultriformi, scientific name: Acacia cultriformi, also known as: Knife Acacia, Knife-leaf wattle, Akakia curtriformis, or Sankakuba acacia (Japanese), tree height: 2-4 m, temporary leaf length: 1-3 cm, temporary leaf width: 0.6-1.5 cm, flowering period: March-May, leaf color: gray green, leaf shape: triangle, application: cut flowers , Cut leaves, garden trees, edible, dye.