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Acacia Saligna Crape Myrtle
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.  
Lagerstroemia indica
This extremely colorful small tree makes a perfect choice for color lovers! Very long bloom period starts mid summer and lasts thru mid fall. One of the very few trees that provides summer color.
Jacaranda Museum Palo Verde
Jacaranda mimosifolia
This is the purple flowering tree seen all across the Southern U.S. blooming in spring. This tree grows very fast and provides a soft, filtered shade with incredible blooms. 
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. 
Orchid Tree Purple Leaf Plum
Bauhinia variegata
Orchids are widely recognized for providing awesome color along with large, cool shade. We carry both the Bauhinia and Hong Kong varieties.
Prunus cerasifera
Unique purple leaves provide a year-round strong color that contrasts extremely well with other tree species. Purple leaf plums briefly show a pink flower display for added character.
Tipu Tree Vitex
Tipuana tipu
Tipu trees are rapidly becoming one of the most popular varieties we sell. It grows incredibly fast, providing an umbrella of shade. They thrive in our summer heat.
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.
Blue Palo Verde Flowering Pear
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. 
These bright green trees feature a cascade of snow white flowers during early spring with brilliant red fall foliage. The unique colors of our Flowering Pear Trees make an excellent choice for providing shade.
Desert Willow Japanese Privet
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. 
Japanese Privet provide both year-round shade and big seasonal color requiring very little maintenance. They're very easy to grow and ideal for the inexperienced landscaper.
Magnolia Oleander
Magnolia add big color and shade anywhere they're planted, bringing a unique and tropical look to your landscape. Blooms produce a beautiful white flower and wonderful fragrance.
Nerium oleander
A rare combination of being an evergreen and producing vibrant color, makes the Oleander tree useful in many landscapes. It's fantastic for shading in smaller courtyards and patios.
Palo Brea Sweet Acacia
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.
This Sonoran native is well know for its beautiful and aromatic blooms during early spring. It serves as a great shade tree, especially during the hot summer months. 
Thevetia Mimosa
Thevetia Trees produce a wide canopy of shade and are ideal when you need the effects of a large, shady evergreen in a much smaller space. Bloom with long yellow flowers in spring and fall.
Albizia julibrissin
This beautiful rainforest-style tree actually performs very well in the intense sun. Unique pink blooms highlight the tree throughout most of the late Spring, into early Summer.