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  1. Pink Chilopsis linearis Conchas Dam Pink, Chilopsis linearis Conchas Dam Pink, Conchas Dam Pink Desert Willow

    10-12' tall x 8-10' wide. Exclusive. Chilopsis liinearis 'Conchas Dam Pink' (Conchas Dam Pink Desert Willow) is a new super cold hardy selection of Desert Willow with large, beautifu...

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    Conchas Dam Pink Desert Willow Conchas Dam Pink Desert Willow Chilopsis linearis Conchas Dam Pink
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    10-12' tall x 8-10' wide. Exclusive. Chilopsis liinearis 'Conchas Dam Pink' (Conchas Dam Pink Desert Willow) is a new super cold hardy selection of Desert Willow with large, beautiful pure pink flowers! This small tree is drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
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  2. White chilopsis linearis Hope, White Desert Willow

    A profusion of lightly fragrant white flowers cover this small growing native tree beginning in late spring. A very cold hardy cultivar, plant where it will get heat and sun. Drought...

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    Hope Desert Willow Hope Desert Willow Chilopsis linearis Hope
    $11.99
    Per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
    A profusion of lightly fragrant white flowers cover this small growing native tree beginning in late spring. A very cold hardy cultivar, plant where it will get heat and sun. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric). 12-15 ft. tall x 12-15 ft. wide.
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  3. Pink Chilopsis linearis Paradise, Chilopsis linearis Paradise, Paradise Desert Willow

    20-25' tall x 15-20' wide. Large growing and cold hardy with big fragrant pink flowers, Chilopsis linearis 'Paradise' Desert Willow is a fantastic flowering tree for hot, sunny, poor...

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    Paradise Desert Willow Paradise Desert Willow Chilopsis linearis Paradise
    $11.99
    Per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
    20-25' tall x 15-20' wide. Large growing and cold hardy with big fragrant pink flowers, Chilopsis linearis 'Paradise' Desert Willow is a fantastic flowering tree for hot, sunny, poor soil sites. Suitable for zones 5b - 9. Native. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
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  4. Red Chilopsis linearis Lucretia Hamilton, Chilopsis linearis Lucretia Hamilton, Lucretia Hamilton Desert Willow

    12-18' tall x 12-18' wide (cutting propagated). Lucretia Hamilton™ is the perfect desert willow for attracting hummingbirds to patios and small yards. A naturally compact grower, t...

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    Lucretia Hamilton Desert Willow Lucretia Hamilton Desert Willow Chilopsis linearis Lucretia Hamilton
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    12-18' tall x 12-18' wide (cutting propagated). Lucretia Hamilton™ is the perfect desert willow for attracting hummingbirds to patios and small yards. A naturally compact grower, this selection provides a long blooming summer display of stunning burgundy flowers. And during the winter and early spring, its finely textured branching makes an especially nice focal point when planted against walls and fences. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
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Paradise Desert Willow (Chilopsis)

Chilopsis | Desert Willow

Zones 5-10 | | Blooming Late Spring - Summer

Desert Willow (Chilopsis linearis), which resembles willows, is a small, rapidly growing tree with exotic-looking blooms that are favored by hummingbirds. Desert Willow is drought tolerant and easy to maintain. This native plant ranges from Texas to California and northern Mexico.

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