… in our front yardand it has developed really nicely. Of course: as a native of the Chihuahuan Desert and therefore extremely drought-tolerant it’s extraodinary well suited for this semi-arid region. In addition to that, it is very undemanding and tolerates nearly any type of soil. At present it is blossoming and spreads a wonderfully sweetly fragrant scent. We enjoy it daily and are happy about this enrichment of our front yard.
Talking of bush/tree: if it’s not trimmed, a Texas Ebony grows in a more bushy shape – as here in our front yard. Fairly slowly growing, it can – in ideal conditions – finally reach about 10 feet in height, but always with a broad canopy.
This here is the Texas Ebony from a different angle:
And now a few more detailed pictures:
And this is how it fits into the wider landscape: