Acacia Plants, these roots are indiginous to South Africa, Central and South America, as well as Southwestern United States, in states such as Arizona. They are very diverse, and because of that, they tend to be invasive and fast-growing. Some of them produce yellow “flowers”. They are also members of the pea family. If you notice their plants, they tend to share the same shape of leaves. Small, ovular leaves. They also fashion horns to protect themselves. But they should be careful to keep them damp, or at least not dehydrated, so they stay strong. In these desert environments, it’s crucial to their survival.
But the plant, though invasive, has its uses. It’s been known for its applications in inks, sodas, food, and medicines. Though now, climate change threatens the production of acacia sap. We will remove these roots, call us today!
Even if the sap isn’t readily available, the acacia trees can also be used as a dye, or even just regular hardwood. Their popular in woodwork.
Despite the protection, animals still eat acacia, such as giraffe. Though the numbers may increase as giraffes may soon be extinct. They can also be useful to humans, because they contain high amounts of fiber. Just make sure not to consume too much, because it’s been known to make humans sick. If you need Tree Removal in Scottsdale, call us today!
In spite of all of their uses, their slowly becoming more invasive and making their presence known in the backyards of Arizona. They tend to invade ecosystems because of how fast they grow. It’s now considered a weed, that can hog water stores in the few times that it does rain.