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HAVE: Desert Willow Tree (chilopsis linearis)

Posted by TexasPuddyPrint Z9 S Tip of TX (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 18, 05 at 1:23

Desert Willow Tree (chilopsis linearis) - also called Desert Catalpa, Flowering Willow or Mimbre

I have six hard wood cuttings rooted in floral wet foam that are about 5-6 inches tall.

Am looking to trade for rooted Baby Bonnet (coursetia axillaris). If you have this bush to trade please post here.

There is a photo of the Desert Willow on my member page or you can check out the link below for a close up of a flower. (The ones I am trading have purple blooms)

~ Cat
GW: TexasPuddyPrint

Here is a link that might be useful: Desert Willow info and close up of bloom


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