“Papuan Wattle is an evergreen tree native to Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and Australia.
It is a fast-growing tree, can grow to around 100 feet in height and can be planted to prevent soil erosion. Its flowers attract bees and is a good source of pollen for honey production. The bark is used in tanning leather.
It was planted in many countries for ornamental purposes. The roots are said to be very strong that can break through concrete and also displace native vegetation.”