Weeping Myall, Weeping Acacia
Frost Tolerance: Hardy to 15°F (-9°C)
Heat Tolerance: Excellent in Phoenix in summer
Sun Exposure: Full sun
Origin: Australia (Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria), in river floodplains
Growth Habits: Slow growing evergreen tree, up to 40 feet tall (12 m), 20 feet spread (6 m); narrow blue-gray lanceolate leaves
Watering Needs: Little to moderate, should not be overwatered
Cultural Practices:The weeping myall prefers a slightly fertile well drained soil.
Blooming Habits:Yellow 0.25 inches wide (0.6 cm) puffballs in summer and autumn.
Propagation:Dip seeds in very hot water and let them stand overnight before sowing. Alternatively, the seeds scarify the seeds by rubbing them against sand paper to remove the waterproof coat.
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