Ever Heard of the Sandpaper Tree?

Sandpaper Tree
The Sandpaper Tree (Anacua) is a native of southern Texas and can be found as far north as Austin. It acquired its name from the rough texture of the leaves which feel like sandpaper. From spring to end of summer this tree is abundant with dense clusters of white fragrant flowers. It reaches heights of 50 ft with a 45 ft. width. It is a deciduous tree with high heat tolerance and medium low water requirements.

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