Acacia floribunda is a perennial evergreen shrub or tree. It is native to New South WalesQueensland and Victoria, but is cultivated extensively, and has naturalised in South AustraliaTasmania and Western Australia, and also in IndonesiaMauritius and northern New Zealand. Common names for it include gossamer wattleweeping acacia and white sallow wattle. It grows up to 6m in height, but there is a commercial form available which only grows to about 1m tall. Its cream-coloured flowers occur in the early Spring (August to September in the southern hemisphere).