Water Wise Trees
- Drought tolerant
- Attracts birds
- Loves growing in full sun, hot areas
- low maintenance
The beautiful, drought tolerant Acacia baileyana tree, also known as Acacia Bailey, thrives in a full sun environment with green, feather-like foliage that grows out like an umbrella. Originating from the North Africa region, people love the ornamental look and natural beauty that this tree brings to any Southwestern landscape. Easy to maintain, Acacia baileyana features pretty, yellow flowers that bloom during the spring, accentuating its good looks, especially when planted in a desert theme landscape. If you are looking for a visually appealing tree with very low water requirements, heat tolerance and easy maintenance, Acacia baileyana is the perfect addition to any yard.
Drought tolerant, easy-to-care-for trees such as this Acacia baileyana are always in demand. Once the Acacia baileyana is firmly established in your yard, expect moderate to fast growth with very low maintenance required. In fact, this hardy tree loves the heat. Very little water requirements once established makes this the perfect tree for a xeriscape landscape design or a landscape with light, well-drained, fertile soil. This evergreen, broadly rounded beauty, can grow up to 30-feet high and up to 30-feet width. A dense canopy and fragrant flowers are sure to attract birds and pollinators alike, while offering much needed shade during those sunny Southwestern days.
Versatility is another strong suit of this Acacia Bailey tree. It is suited for inland environments or mild, coastal environments and complements any type of yard and landscape design. With water conservation high on the list of property owners, it makes sense to choose drought tolerant plants and trees. Water wise trees, such as this Acacia baileyana, are sought-after here in the Southwest and readily available at our Moon Valley Nurseries. An Acacia baileyana tree is a welcome addition to your property. Bask in the purple-like gray/green feather-style foliage and bring the natural environmental benefits of a mature tree to your property today.