Enter plant description.Geigera parviflora
Graceful, fine-textured tree from Australia. To 25–30 ft. tall and 20 ft. wide, with main branches sweeping up and out, little branches hanging down. Distant citrus relative; called a willow because its narrow, drooping, 3–6-in.-long leaves give a weeping willow effect. Casts light shade.
With age, produces loose clusters of unimportant small, creamy white flowers in early spring and early fall. Has much of willow’s grace and eucalyptus’s toughness. Trouble-free patio, street, or grove tree. Deep, noninvasive roots. Grow in well-drained soil.
Grows to 4 in. high, 1 to 2 ft. wide. The cylindrical, ribbed, 2 to 3-in. joints fall off easily and r...
Generally have large, loose rosettes of big leaves on single or branched stems; plant size varies by h...
Shrub. To 6 ft. tall, nearlyas broad. Narrow leaves aredark green on top, silverybeneath; look somewha...