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Disclaimer: The information provided here was gathered from research literature published by the University of Arizona, other professional Landscape and  Horticultural organizations and our experience at Arid Zone Trees. Always consult local landscape experts for recommendation for your specific area.

 

Foliage: Semi-Evergreen to Deciduous

Mature Height: 6 - 12

Mature Width: 6 - 9

Growth Rate: Moderate

Hardiness: 18 degrees F

Exposure: Full Sun

Leaf Color: Green

Shade: Filtered

Flower Color:  White

Flower Shape: Terminal Spikes

Flower Season: Spring

Thorns: None

Propagation Method: Seed

Sizes Available: Not in Production at AZT

 

 

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Texas Kidneywood (E. texana) matures to a height of 6 to 12 feet with spreads of 6 to 9 feet in irrigated plantings. This specie also has no thorns. Flowers are produced in abundance with adequate irrigation. White, 3 to 4 inch flower spikes are found at branch terminals from April to November. Trees will shed leaves when drought stressed but rapidly re-leaf when water is available. The tree has been naturalized in some, but not all, landscape settings.

Both Eysenhardtia trees provide lush green, lacy canopies, are thornless and are ideal for patios, entry courts, as a screen planting. They can also be mixed with more deciduous materials to provide color and texture during the winter months. Fragrant flowers and leaves are an added benefit that Kidneywoods bring to desert landscapes.