There are two words that are pronounced wattle.
The first can mean a frame with twigs woven inside it, especially used as a fence or gate:
This one was drawn in the 1400s. The illustration is at Rouen.
or it can describe the dangling fleshy bits sometimes found on the heads of birds:
There are at least two different types of wattle tree in Australia and South Africa:
And there are also wattlebirds in Australia and New Zealand.
If you can't find any of these kinds of wattle, then the other sort of wattle is a word of the British Midlands and means of poor quality.
That stuff is everywhere.
Spot the Frippet: wattle. The British Midland word I don't know much about, but the other wattle comes from the Old English watol, and is related to wethel, which means wrap.