Acacia - "Limelight" $24.90. Lawn And Garden. Las Trojas Cantina. Can I cut them back. This is very interesting indeed. var TheImage; Thus making it a great addition to the garden as a feature shrub. Part shade, with irrigation. Acacia cognata Mini Cog - hardy dwarf form of shrub with attractive foliage. I am disappointed you haven’t had much luck with ‘Limelight’ though. They have grown beautifully but i want to move them to a nicer area for them to grow. Note: email address will not be displayed. Why not allow people to get used to the new varieties before constantly bombarding us with new cultivars all the time? I like the look of Acacia ‘Fettucine’ though, with that narrower form, so I think I’ll give it a try too. ‘Lime Magik’ is a soft lime green form with strongly pendulous foliage like a Weeping Willow. I have found that all of the Acacia cognata varieties do not do well in sand unless they are really well and deeply watered. I have the acacia mini cog which are now quite large so why are they sold as dwarf. But I do know that I wouldn’t grow again. Any ideas?. Small ball-shaped flowers are a secondary pleasure when they appear in spring. Want to try growing this! They are an excellent landscaping plant going well in native gardens but also mixing well with the popular exotics. The new growth is copper coloured, hence the name. Heidi - colac: This is the best native ever. Beautiful shape. Whilst the Copper Tips respond really well to a good hard prune (it really encourages them to bush right up), this is not the case with all the others. Today, the guy at Sydney Wildflower Nursery in Heathcote (I travel far to get good native plants) said the new plant I've bought, Acacia 'Mini Cog', seems to be lasting better in Sydney's humidity than the one which just carked it, Acacia cognata 'Limelight'. TheButtonPintrest = document.getElementById("ButtonPintrest"); Other suggested varieties. In particular the low growing or dwarf cultivars which are widely used by landscaper s. Varieties such as 'Mini cog' are now sold in the USA by Wholesalers in California marketed as 'Cousin It'. If all the growth is on the top and the wood underneath is dead you need to be careful not to worsen the situation. Do the copper tips of the ‘copper tip’ variety turn green when they get older? Native Garden .. Saved by Jen Price. Good to read this article, as it reassures me that I am not the only Sydneysider who has problems keeping Acacia Cognatas alive. So my question is which Acacia Cognata would be best as a screening tree, in sandy soil, and why is the Green Screen so expensive? It seems to me to be the smaller varieties that are the most unreliable, but they also need a well drained soil with ample summer water. Can anyone verify this? During the Winter months, masses of yellow, globular flowers cover the tree. I used to be completely devoted to Acacia ‘Mini Cog’, one of the many dwarf shrub forms of Acacia cognata or the River Wattle. People often comment on its lovely, limey foliage and weeping habit. Acacia Cognata. The success rate will be low. Acacia cognata 'Mini Cog' Mini Cog is an attractive low growing compact form of Acacia Cognata. Acacia cognata is grown predominantly for its foliage. I put them in as a border and now they are nearly 160cm tall and over a metre wide. Angus Stewart may be better able to help here. It is now grown as a line of the Bush Magik range. ATHENS; BIRMINGHAM; FAYETTEVILLE; FLORENCE; acacia cognata bower wattle Alison, Hi I am looking for advice. Explore. I want it to be bushy (to screen the back fence and neighbours) and about 2-3metres high, preferably fast growing, so I’m thinking the ’emerald curl’ or ‘copper tips’ might be the way to go. I think drainage may be a strong prerequisite for this variety. You have a dilemma. ‘Fettucine’ is more compact, with the same height but half the spread. As a dedicated plant lover, what I look for first with any plant is its foliage and how it would work in the garden. I feel that success is based on drainage more so than anything else. They don’t need anywhere near the amount of water as the wattle. I hope that this helps. Pot sizes: 150mm : $12.00 Botanical name: Acaccia Cognata 'Limelight' Availability: In Stock. This plant was first released in Australia as Acacia cognata 'Mini Cog' but is making its debut in the US under the marketing name Cousin Itt by Ball Ornamental Plants” And going to the Ball Ornamental Plants site I learned this: Scientific Name: Acacia cognata 'Mini Cog' Common Name: Cousin Itt Acacia Hardiness Degree: 15°F (-9.4°C) It’s also worth checking out Acacia ‘Curvaceous’, ‘Bower Beauty’ and ‘Green Mist’ if you’re a fan of dwarf Acacias. Australian native plant . We are coastal and have high humidity for a lot of the year. They don’t appear to be easily grown from my observation. the foliage is all at the top and about 1.5 m high?? Plant as a feature in a small garden or use as an effective native informal screen to 4 metres. I would like to know do they need to be trimmed back to transplant?and do i make sure that all soil surrounding root system stays together or can they be broken up a bit? Price: POA . In a pot they have a better chance. Because of this, I am now trialling it in a pot, which I plant on incrementally as the plant seems to require. or is it possible to transplant the Acacia ‘Fettucini’ ?? This ornamental beauty won the country over after it was introduced to the market by plant … September Here we list businesses who usually sell this plant. I am also a fan of the cognatas, and PMA works with many of the varieties that you mention. Drainage is not a problem where I have grown them, so can only assume that it is the humidity. Ltd. Plants with attractive foliage . Super Screening Trees Neighbours? It has pale yellow flowers but it is the foliage that this plant is grown for, like the ‘Copper Tips’. work out why. There has been a lot of hype about ‘Limelight’ of late, but I have not had a lot of success with it. I think that you might have the answer to my poor performing Limelights – humidity. You don’t have to be experienced or knowledgeable to do so. They are cutting grown. HOME; LOCATIONS. Alison. It may do better in semi tropical regions but further south with colder winter soils appears to do badly. I am a huge fan of the acacia cognata plant and the numerous varieties. Mini Cog / Acacia 'Limelight' Please select. It’s part shaded, & that side has died right off but the rest is still looking good. Yes, you can prune the smaller varieties but don’t prune them all the way back to dead wood as they won’t recover. The Acacia "Limelight" is famed for its lush, lime green foliage and compact shape, and is the perfect plant if you want to add some wow factor to your garden. I have some beautiful Copper tips trees, several of the River Wattle and many of the mini cognata as well as Acacia ‘Fettucini’ All are growing well and thriving. Alison, I agree, I think it is Sydney’s humidity. August Soil: Prefer well drained sandy to clay soils. I need to get it in the ground this Autumn so it is well established before the winter and frosts come. The parent plant grows up to 10m in good conditions. Acacia cognata Green mist is covered with yellow pom pom flowers. Coastal and inland conditions . The foliage is soft and feathery. 'Bower Beauty' which has very attractive bronze to orange new growth. It is the only plant in our new garden that is just not coping, I’ll see if it works in a pot. Acacia cognata ‘Mini Cog’ A compact form of A.cognata that makes a stunning foliage plant all year round with its graceful weeping foliage. I agree with you about the ‘Fettuccine’ – it is quirky which is instantly appealing to me. Paul from Brisbane. Planted in a row behind other foliage or general shrubbery, it would make an excellent feature screen. Mind you I have also had other people tell me that their are poor performers, so can’t quite TheImage = document.getElementById(TheImageId); Frost tolerant plants . I have a tendency to stick with species plants where possible – these labels tend to be better tested for plant heights and widths. Australia loves Acacia 'Limelight' - a bestseller for over 10 years! I think i read somewhere that the tips are only copper when the shoots are new. Acacia cognata ‘Mini Cog’ – Various pot sizes An elegant, evergreen dwarf native shrub with lush lime-green foliage and a weeping, compact habit. Hi Helen There has been a lot of hype about ‘Limelight’ of late, but I have not had a lot of success with it. Those that do survive are terribly prone to scale, which I suspect is related to their struggle to thrive here. thanks for advising. Alison. It will produce small yellow flowers in spring, attracting bees and other insects. © 2010-2020 GardensOnline Shopping Pty. Wholesale Acacia cognata. Acacia cognata Cousin Itt ['ACCOG01'] - (Little River Wattle) - A low-growing, mounding form of the River Wattle, Acacia cognata, with tight growth to 2 to 3 feet tall by 6 to 12+ feet wide with green very narrow 1-2 inch long leaves (phyllodes) that are slightly resinous and held out horizontally or slightly pendulous from the branches. I have found ‘Mini Cog’ to be better suited to our climate – not as demanding of water and stronger in general. It is a fantastic foliage plant, but also has potential as a screen plant because it is quite dense. It will grow up to 6 metres tall in an upright fashion, but will probably spread somewhat with age. Acacia 'Limelight' is widely considered the original and the best dwarf Acacia cognata on the market. The reason that the Acacia cognata ‘Green Scree’ is expensive appears to be because of the pot size. Actual product may vary due to pot size, availability and season. My first ‘Limelight’ survived happily in a hot afternoon sun position for years, but when we demolished old house, sadly this had to be transplanted and of course promptly ‘kicked the bucket’ I definitely want to put a native there, perhaps the Burgundy Agonis would work – if you could recommend any other native shrubs that stay fairly narrow i would be grateful. Another plant is growing in an area that flooded in early spring. Im sorry Rose, but I can’t help you. Sadly, they don’t seem to cope with our summer humidity at all and I very rarely see any that are growing well. Acacia Limelight 20cm ; Images are for reference purposes only. All of the cultivars are frost tolerant, suitable for coastal and inland planting, are relatively drought tolerant once established and tolerate full sun to part shade. Thanks. It is not growing as well but is still looking good. I have a Cousin It that is very slow growing but lovely. I’ve had an Acacia ‘Limelight’ in the garden for several years now. There are full size species but the dwarf varieties are the most popular including:-. Acacia Cognata - Green Screen. I want t relocate them in my garden as they have grown too big they are at the front of a garden bed and overshadow the plants behind ? I was interested to read your article on the Acacias. A light trim now and then will keep them tidy. This image is of ‘Green Mist’ weeping over the edge of a large stone retaining wall, I couldn’t think of a better use for it. Thinking of using the lime magik but have heard that it only has a life-span of 4-5 years. And even then there isn’t a guarantee that they will survive if the sand pH is high as can sometimes be the case. Acacia cognata 'Green Magik' Acacia cognata 'Lime Magik' Featured in collections. Acacia cognata ‘Limelight’ A compact form of A.cognata that makes a stunning foliage plant all year round with its graceful weeping foliage. These plants do not like wet conditions and can die during periods with lots of wet days.. They also retain some of their coppery growth throughout. Mini Cog is far better as is Copper Tips. The leaves forms a weeping habit with lovely light green foliage turning a rich emerald green with age. I guess the reason i was interested in Iime magik was because the spot i had in mind is quite narrow, between a lemon tree & a bouganvillea! Acacia Mini Cog is a darker foliaged form of the new release cognata range. The plant that I have as a rainforest specimen, that is growing amongst tree ferns, is doing splendidly in my garden. The main prerequisite of this plant and its cultivars is the need for good drainage. Hello LusciousLiv, Agreed. return (true); © 2020 GardenDrum All Rights Reserved | ADMIN, https://gardendrum.com/2013/02/21/favourite-acacia-raised-to-new-heights/#comment-17932. Acacia Limelight grows to a max height of 1 meter and spreads to 1 meter wide, and keeps to a rounded compact shape. I’ve seen them looking great in the Blue Mountains though, where the climate suits them better. I am now considering another Acacia Cognata cultivar variety to see if I have any luck the second time around. This native has fine, thin, soft foliage. Works great in low gardens and large containers. 12 Trees. Irrigation is needed while young and actively growing, but once well established, will tolerate dryness well. As a plant fanatic, I keep persevering with this plant group to see how different varieties perform. Border hi Alison, i’ve just been looking for a Lime Magik to grow as a screening tree, so it was good to read the comment above that they don’t thrive in southern climes -i’m in Melbourne. Anyone know the name of the rootstock that Acacia cognata can be grafted on? The variety ‘Mini Cog’ grows .75 cm tall by 1.8 metres across. Can handle a good prune. View basket for details. Will tolerate saline soils. Hi Alison, i have two acacia cognata mini cogs and have had them for two years. I love these plants but think most are doomed to failure in Sydney. Similar to the Limelight and Mini Cog varieties, Acacia Fettuccine is a dwarf Very trendy at the moment in modern gardens, the Limelight Acacia makes a stunning foliage plant all year round with its graceful weeping foliage. All this hybridising to me is going overboard. Because of this, I am now trialling it in a pot, which I plant on incrementally as the plant seems to require. I am sorry but I can’t answer that question. Feature 'Green Mist', Lime Magik and 'Limelight' grow to around 1 metre, have a lovely weeping habit. Comments: Botanical reclassification of Acacia and relatives: As quoted on the ANPSA website all Acacia and relatives previously listed under the family Mimosaceae have now been incorporated into the larger family Fabaceae under a new subfamily of Mimosoideae. October. Here is the the article https://gardendrum.com/2013/02/21/favourite-acacia-raised-to-new-heights/#comment-17932 Acacia cognata 'Mini Cog' An attractive low growing compact form of Acacia cognata. I have never yet seen a good specimen. function OnButtonPintrest(TheImageId) { Diseases: Warmer climates can bring on root rot - better grown in the more southerly states. After 3 disasters, I think it’s time to give up on Acacia Cognata and stick to shrubs that like being in my garden! Did you know that anyone can have a label printed? Suitable fo The larger the pot size, the more expensive the plant.”. Rockery, July Fettuccini can be pruned (with the above in mind) however I’m not 100% sure you have a Fettuccini as it sounds taller than they normally grow. Its hard on the nurseries also because what they stock may not be the right variety. There are numerous dwarf forms, those that I have tried are ‘Limelight’, ‘Fettucine’ and ‘Mini Cog’. thanks Sally. My questions- Can you prune them? Any advice appreciated. Delightful weeping habit growing to 1mt tall and 1.5mt wide. At Plants Management Australia it is one of the most popular varieties in our portfolio and we receive numerous positive comments from it every week. This information is provided as a free service to viewers. Flowers occur in late winter- early spring, although most of the hybrids found in cultivation won’t produce flowers. Responds well to punning and trimming. An Australian native that has fine, thin, soft leaves. Acacia cognata – look for the dwarf growing cultivars like ‘Limelight’, ‘Mini Cog’ or ‘Fettuccini’ which have lovely rich green foliage and are compact growing. Australian Native Garden. Looks spectacular. This particular form of wattle is prone to drying out in its first summer, so thick mulching is recommended to help keep root sytem cool and moist. It is on a steep slope (at the bottom) but has a limestone subsoil under all the mulch. What neighbours! In spring use low phosphorus fertiliser designed for native plants. Suitable for full sun. It is not potbound either. Growing and retailing a wide range of native plants since 1974. I have my variety Acacia cognata ‘Copper Tips’ growing in a couple of places, and both in a protected area with some shade. There are numerous dwarf forms, those that I have tried are ‘Limelight’, ‘Fettucine’ and ‘Mini Cog’. How would I do this without killing them?? Acacia cognata is a hardy Australian native plant. It is now grown as a line of the Bush Magik range. Use as feature plant . The leaves are fine and pendulous in a fresh lime-green colour. I was thinking now (May, I am in Melton, Victoria) and I was going to take them back to about 20cm. Love it to bits. 'Green Mist', Lime Magik and 'Limelight' grow to around 1 metre, have a lovely weeping habit. Thanks. Acacia Mini Cog 14cm ; Images are for reference purposes only. The drainage isnt too bad here – the water soaked in within 48 hours in spring. The plant is endemic to Australia, naturally occurring in NSW and Victoria. Once established they are relatively drought tolerant. Prefer well drained sandy to clay soils. If you cut them back you will lose the beautiful habit and they may not reshoot. I would like to cut them back but I am not sure when to do this. If planted near to trees, then supplementary water will be needed during extended periods of dry. » acacia limelight standard dying | check out our happy canine clients ----> Instead of wasting money why not try the Agonis flexuosa ‘Lemon and Lime’ which is much tougher. This plant will grow to 4 metres, initially quite erect but broadening with age. Will tolerate saline soils. Apr 18, 2014 - Acacia cognata ‘Limelight’ from our RHSChelsea best in show bets plant ever! Or the similar ‘Burgundy’ variety. Like many natives, they won’t respond well to transplanting, so I would avoid this. Garden Types. Ask a Question. TheButtonPintrest.href += "&media=" + TheImage.src; Sale! Acacia cognatacultivars are great all year round plants thanks to their compact form, beautiful weeping foliage and pretty yellow flowers in spring. "Waterfall" They do well in either full sun or part shade and are very easy to … Hi Sally, I have found the copper tipped varieties to be good performers. The parent plant, Acacia cognata can grow up to at least 10 metres high, so mini cog is still dwarf of this size at 1.6 metres. Before answering, please note this is a very specific question - I've done some searching on the web and seen sites referring to the Acacia *family* of plants (generally as a "low-irritant" to dogs if ingested) , but this is a broad family of plants and I'm trying to find out as much objective information about the Acacia cognata species and what risk it specifically poses to dogs. Glad ‘Fettucini’ is performing well for you. Rosie. 146. I have found the other two to be far stronger in growth. They do well in either full sun or part shade and are very easy to care for, requiring little attention once established. Becoming particularly popular especially the dwarf or low growing forms such as Acacia cognata ‘Limelight’, Acacia cognata ‘Lime Magik’, Acacia cognata dwarf ‘Mini Cog’ and ‘Little Con’ are all popular. 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