Acacia pravissima

One of the hardiest of all Acacias, surviving most if not all winters in many areas without issue, though usually best in a sunny sheltered spot. A large evergreen shrub with arching, semi-pendulous growth and distinctive triangular foliage held very close to the stems, covered in bright yellow, fragrant 'mimosa' flowers in March to April. Very vigorous, like most Acacia, this grew strongly for me in a high Cotswold garden against a SW wall, though would have been happier in lime free soil. Drought tolerant.

Pot size: 2L



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