Acacia pendula is am erect tree to 30' (10 m) with pendulous branches and narrow gray phyllodes (like leaves). It is a handsome foliage plant for dry areas. In spring, yellow, ball-shaped flowers appear. This Acacia species is native to the Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria area of Australia. Frost tolerance has not been tested and this species prefers full sun.
|Temperature Rating||USDA Zone 8|
|Type||Small tree to 30'|
|Culture||18" minimum annual rainfall|
|Native||Qld, New South Wales, Vic|
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