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Chilposis linearis

Desert Willow
Scientific NameChilposis linearis
Common NameDesert Willow
FamilyBignoniaceae
HabitDeciduous shrub or small tree
Growth FormWillow-like, long, narrow green leaves and growth along desert washes
Mature SizeHeight: 12-18′ Width: 12-18′
FlowersCatalpa-like flowers are fragrant, pink to lavender. May thru Sept blooms.
HardinessZones 6-10
Sun RequirementsFull Sun
Water RequirementsModerate water. Very drought resistant / very waterwise
Soil RequirementsSandy, Average, Low fertility soil. Well-Drained soil. pH: 6.00 to 9.00
Other InfoAttracts butterflies
Hummingbirds
Bee friendly
Additional PhotosDesert Willow