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Acacia angustissima, or Prairie Acacia, is a native shrub with fluffy white flowers and alternate, compounding leaves that grows to be 3 ft tall. Prairie acacia is incredibly drought tolerant and makes a good ground cover. They can be found in prairies, plans, pastures, hillsides, and slopes up to 6,000 ft in elevation. Their flowers attract butterflies and bloom between June and September. Low water needs. Plant in full sun to part shade. No shipping.

Prairie Acacia, Acaciella angustissima, container plant

  • <6,000'