Acacia jibberdingensis – Jibberding Wattle (seed)
Acacia jibberdingensis is a shrub or tree from 2 – 4 metres tall. Scattered from Mullewa and Jingemarra Station SE to Peak Charles National Park with a single collection from Kathleen Valley (ca. 350 km E of Jingemarra Station), south-western W.A. Grows mostly in granitic loamy sand near granite outcrops, usually in scrub and shrubland (WorldWideWattle website).
Acacia jibberdingensis belongs to a section of the Acacia genus which has members well known for their chemistry, including A. obtusifolia, A. phlebophylla and A. maidenii. Closely related to A. acuminata. It would be expected to contain tryptamines.
Care and Cultivation of Acacia jibberdingensis
Scarification is required for Acacia jibberdingensis seeds. Pour just boiled water over the seeds and allow to soak for a few hours to overnight. Plant 5mm under the surface of a well drained seed raising mix in full sun. Keep moist until germination. Prefers a sandy/gravel/loam soil. Well drained soil. Fast growing and hardy. Likes a full sun position. Drought hardy.
20 seeds per packet