Commonly known as raintree or wattles, it is a hardy large spreading attaining a height of 20 m or more. The main axis of the compound leaf has 4-8 pairs of branches, each branch with 3-8 pairs leaflets. Flowers are small with extended stamens crowded together in a cluster which appears like powdered puff. Wood. Color: Sapwood is narrow and white to light cinnamon. The heartwood is straight or cross grained with a medium to coarse texture. It is generally considered a durable wood and resistant to attack by drywood termites.
Distribution: Grows anywhere under the most severe natural conditions Grows anywhere under the most severe natural conditions