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Koelreuteria elegans - Flame tree

Koelreuteria elegans - Flame tree

Native to South America, the Tipuana tipu is becoming a favorite for our customers due to its huge umbrella-like canopy of shade, minimal water requirements and ability to thrive in the desert heat by being drought tolerant. These trees are fast growing and can reach massive heights of 25 feet in just a few years. It requires little maintenance and does extremely well in many soil and drought-like conditions. In late spring, the tree puts on a unique show of golden blooms over the entire…

Native to South America, the Tipuana tipu is becoming a favorite for our customers due to its huge umbrella-like canopy of shade, minimal water requirements and ability to thrive in the desert heat by being drought tolerant. These trees are fast growing and can reach massive heights of 25 feet in just a few years. It requires little maintenance and does extremely well in many soil and drought-like conditions. In late spring, the tree puts on a unique show of golden blooms over the entire…

Its a TIPU TREE!! Tipuana tipu.  that darn tree we thought was honey locust...

Its a TIPU TREE!! Tipuana tipu. that darn tree we thought was honey locust...

Manzanita, (Arctostaphylos), more than 40 species in California, from 2 in. to 20 ft., beautiful red to mahogany colored bark, white to pink urn shaped ...

Manzanita, (Arctostaphylos), more than 40 species in California, from 2 in. to 20 ft., beautiful red to mahogany colored bark, white to pink urn shaped ...

Phlox divaricata; Blue phlox; Family: Phlox (Polemoniaceae); Type: Perennial; Mature Size: 7-12 inches; Shape: creeping; Flower Colors: blue, lavender; Bloom Season:   May-June; Exposure: partial shade; Soil Moisture: moist; attracts birds and butterflies; resistant to deer; bedding or border  understory

Phlox divaricata; Blue phlox; Family: Phlox (Polemoniaceae); Type: Perennial; Mature Size: 7-12 inches; Shape: creeping; Flower Colors: blue, lavender; Bloom Season: May-June; Exposure: partial shade; Soil Moisture: moist; attracts birds and butterflies; resistant to deer; bedding or border understory

Tabebuia chrysotricha, "golden trumpet tree"

Tabebuia chrysotricha, "golden trumpet tree"

Tabebuia

Tabebuia

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