Acacias, or wattles as they are commonly known are the most widely distributed plant growing on the Australian continent, with some 1,063 known species to date.  This practical guide explores the possibilities of growing some of the temperate and arid Acacias as a food source and for conservation.  Another chapter of interest includes people who, in their own way, tell the author of their experiences with this iconic Australian genera.  Not to forget the importance of this genera to the first people’s, the Australian Aborigine before European settlement.

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Weight .260 kg