The Bridal Veil Tree is a moderate-sized tree, which can reach a height of 30 feet. It develops a moderately-open rounded to vase-shaped crown of upright spreading branches. The bark is attractive, peeling off in thin strips, creating a mottled pattern of gray and green. The evergreen leaves are delicate, green, alternate, bipinnate and obovate; leaflets are under 2 inches in length. The showy flowers are small and yellow, borne in loose bunches and giving a striking appearance. Fruits are narrow, dry, hard, persistent pods containing several seeds. The tree is grown from seed and roots are not a problem. Bridal veil can be grown in a range of soil types, providing they are well-drained. It has no pests or diseases of concern. The fine-textured foliage gives the tree its common name and along with showy flowers, makes it desirable as an ornamental plant; it can be trimmed as a standard shade, specimen, sidewalk, street or residential tree. It also can be trained as a lovely bonsai plant.