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    Arizona Yellow Bells

    Tecoma stans v. angustata

    Commonly called Yellow Bells, this popular shrub can reach 8 ft tall and wide.

    PP24170 Bells of Fire ™

    Tecoma stans 'PP24170 Bells of Fire ™

    PP24170 Bells of Fireâ„¢ is a recent addition to the landscape world offering abundant clusters of bright...

    Little John Bottlebrush

    Callistemon citrinus 'Little John'

    The Callistemon citrinus, commonly known as 'Little John', is one of the most seen and identifiable shrubs in...

    Brittle Bush

    Encilia farinosa

    This Arizona native mounding shrub prefers well drained, sandy or gravelly soil.

    Baja Fairy Duster

    Calliandra californica

    The Calliandra californica aka 'Baja Fairy Duster' is a fast growing, thornless, small to medium shrub.

    Indian Hawthorn

    Rhaphiolepis indica

    Indian Hawthorn are dark green shrubs that produce large clusters of small pink flowers in mid-spring. You...

    Pineapple Guava

    Feijoa sellowiana

    A versatile, easy to grow landscape addition, the Pineapple Guava (Feijoa sellowiana) yields edible flowers...

    Creosote Bush

    Larrea tridentata

    The Creosote Bush is native to the Sonora Desert and abundant across the Valley.

    Mexican Bird of Paradise

    Caesalpinia mexicana

    Correctly called Mexican Bird of Paradise, they can easily be shaped as a full dense shrub or screen, or...

    Green Feathery Cassia

    Cassia nemophila

    The Green Cassia is a rounded evergreen shrub that produces masses of bright yellow, pea-like flowers in the...

    Morea Iris

    Dietes iridioides

    The strong, grey-green leaves of the African Iris (Dietes iriodes) add a nice, thick grassy texture to many...

    Desert Bird of Paradise

    Caesalpinia gilliesii

    The Desert Bird of Paradise is most notable for its red stamens contrasting with soft yellow flowers....

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