Australian Willow (Geijera parviflora)
The Australian Willow is a very attractive evergreen composed of strong, wind-resistant branches that weeps as it matures. It's thin, three to six-inch long, olive green leaves droop from its branches giving it a similar look and effect of a Weeping Willow.
It casts light, filtered shade and is ideal for use around a patio or as a featured landscape specimen. They have become a popular tree in the West because of their tolerance to drought conditions and ability to thrive in full sun.
Popular along the streets of many cities
Works well in any landscape
Extremely drought tolerant