|Scientific Name||Pithecelobium flexicaule|
|Principal Common Name||Texas Ebony|
|Description||A slow growing small tree with zig-zag branches and dark green foliage. The leaves are divided and with thorns at the leaf base or along stems. In the spring and early summer it gets fragrant small with puff-ball flowers.|
|General Comments||This is a very tough plant.|
|Height Range||15 - 30 FT|
|Spread Range||15 - 20 FT|
|Sunset Zones||10 : 11 : 12 : 13|
|Leaf Texture||Feathery : Thorny|
|Flower Time||Spring : Summer|
|Ease of Growing||Average|
|Light Preferences||Sun (minimum 8 hours direct sun)|
|Watering Preferences||None : Sparse|
|Outstanding Features||Drought tolerant : Form : Fragrance : Heat Tolerant : Texture|
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