Acacia acuminata   Jam tree Endemic

Acacia acuminataAcacia acuminata

This western Australian endemic shrub was named by the first settlers who noticed that the cut wood had a fruit smelling sap. They decided the smell was most like Raspberry Jam and named the shrub The Jam Tree.

Apart from the far south west corner, Acacia acuminata is fairly common in Western Australia south of Geraldton.

Western Australia Wild Flower Society Tour: Talgomine reserve 13th September 2007

Added on 29th December 2007, updated 29th April 2008, updated 20th Feb 2010, updated 26th Feb 2012

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