The Weeping Acacia is an elegant and breathtaking tree. It grows slowly to maturity at about twenty-five feet, donning magnificent, weeping branches of silvery-blue foliage. Small, yellow puffball flowers, a classic characteristic of the Acacia family, may appear in early spring and winter.
Following flowering, the blossoms transform into small seedpods, filled with seeds that are a valuable food source for birds and other local wildlife. This patio-sized tree is a lovely choice for narrow locations, or perhaps in an empty corner as a statuesque accent with its tall, vertical growth habit.
Height: 15 – 25 feet
Width: 15 – 25 feet
Bloom color: Pale Yellow
Flowering season: Late Winter, Early Spring
USDA minimum zone: 8
Cold hardiness: 20° F


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