Australian Willow | Drought Tolerant Trees

The Australian Willow (Geijera parviflora) 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.

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Water Needs

Moist to dry soil

Exposure

Full sun to partial shade

Height

30 feet

Canopy Width

20 feet

Shade

Moderate

Growth Rate

24-36 inches per season

Flowers

Spring or Fall
White

Fruit

Summer
Mostly small green capsules

Pest & Disease

Resistant to Oak Root Fungus.

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To learn more about creating a water wise landscape, check out our complete list of the best drought tolerant and drought resistant trees for North County San Diego.

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