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Museum Palo Verde Sissoo Tree
Cercidium-parkinsonia hybrid
A very fast growing hybrid version of the classic Palo Verde. Provides the unique green trunks of the original only it grows faster, is cleaner, blooms stronger, and has no thorns. 
Dalbergia sissoo
Closely resembling an Aspen, the Sissoo is perfectly at home in Arizona and thrives in ultra hot conditions. These trees grow very rapidly after planting. 
Chilean Mesquite Vitex
Our top-selling desert tree, this is a thornless variety of mesquite that provides lots of shade and grows very fast. They look great and can be planted just about anywhere.
Vitex trees provide a bit of shade and have a fantastic bloom period. Flowers appear as spikes of purple across the entire tree, and are known to attract butterflies. The complicated trunk structure is unique to the Vitex.
Willow Acacia Chinese Pistache
Acacia salicina
Unique silver-blue leaves with a slightly weeping appearance make this tree useful for many landscape styles. Plant anywhere you need a large tree quickly.
The Chinese Pistache is a fast-growing and dense hardwood that produces a thick green foilage which turns a beautiful red-orange color in the fall.
Chitalpa Desert Willow
Chitalpa Trees, hybrids of the Catalpa and Desert Willow species, combine the best aspects of these trees in a single package
Desert Willows have been a classic for decades across the Southwest. Greatly resembling a Willow, they show incredible blooms throughout the late summer and into mid-fall. 
Shoestring Acacia Mastic
A very unique evergreen desert tree! This extremely fast growing tree provides a tall, year-round weeping effect while using minimal water. These require very little pruning and cleanup.
A low-maintenance desert evergreen, the Mastic is ideal for anywhere that requires lots of shade where accessibility and irrigation may be an issue for other species.
Palo Brea Carolina Cherry
This Sonoran native features unique green trunks that twist and turn to form interesting, irregular patterns throughout the tree.  Makes a fantastic focal point and provides great shade as well.
These dark, deep green and brown evergreens love the desert climate, making for excellent year-round hedges that produce thick shade.
Australian Bottle Tree Texas Ebony
An Australian Native, this tree is naturally adapted to thrive in our dry and hot desert climate, growing at a very rapid rate.
The Texas Ebony is a Southwestern favorite, popular for strong weather resilience, unique branch structure, and easy acclimation to any desert soil.
Acacia Saligna Blue Palo Verde
Acacia Saligna
These Acacias grow a very wide umbrella-shaped canopy that provides filtered shade year round. They are a very fast growing tree with great durability to heat and cold.  
This is the classic Palo Verde that has been growing in the Southwest for centuries. It's very well adapted to the desert and sports green trunks that make it a great show piece in desert style landscapes. 
Ironwood Mulga Acacia
The exceptionally hardy Ironwood tree makes an excellent choice for desert style landscapes. Unique trunk patterns, purple blooms, and foliage color make it a great focal point for any landscape. 
Mulga Acacia
Native to the arid regions of Australia, this unique, medium size tree is right at home here in the Southwest. Very interesting silver leaves give it the right color for all desert style landscapes. 
Ocotillo
Ocotillos are used more as a unique desert-themed accent tree. This tree's looks can't be compared to anything else. Long canes of desert green, blooming fiery red at the tips make it a must for desert style landscapes.