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Fruta-de-sabão – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Cercis canadensis var. texensis 'Oklahoma'.  Oklahoma Redbud. Oklahoma native, deciduous tree. Spring flowers. Smaller and more drought tolerant than Eastern Redbud (C. canadensis), and a variant of C. canadensis texensis. Hardy to -10 degrees F. May be best in north exposures or under larger tree canopies. C. canadensis var. mexicana is even more drought tolerant (and longer-lived). A similar, native option would be C. occidentalis. Full sun/part shade.  Fast/moderate grower.

Cercis canadensis var. texensis 'Oklahoma'. Oklahoma Redbud. Oklahoma native, deciduous tree. Spring flowers. Smaller and more drought tolerant than Eastern Redbud (C. canadensis), and a variant of C. canadensis texensis. Hardy to -10 degrees F. May be best in north exposures or under larger tree canopies. C. canadensis var. mexicana is even more drought tolerant (and longer-lived). A similar, native option would be C. occidentalis. Full sun/part shade. Fast/moderate grower.

Guaiacum coulteri. Guayacán. Sonoran native, semi-evergreen shrub/tree. As a shrub, good screen plant. Purple flowers spring - fall. Likes heat. Rangy when young. Branch tips may be damaged by temperatures below 30° F.  Full sun, becomes sparse in shade. Slow grower.

Guaiacum coulteri. Guayacán. Sonoran native, semi-evergreen shrub/tree. As a shrub, good screen plant. Purple flowers spring - fall. Likes heat. Rangy when young. Branch tips may be damaged by temperatures below 30° F. Full sun, becomes sparse in shade. Slow grower.

Taxodium distichum var. mexicanum. Montezuma cypress/Sabino. Sonoran native, evergreen tree. Large riparian tree, similar in habitat to a Cottonwood tree. May be deciduous in dry channels. Rot-resistant lumber is prized for construction. Not easily established. Platanus wrightii a more common, better water-loving, large tree option. Full sun.

Taxodium distichum var. mexicanum. Montezuma cypress/Sabino. Sonoran native, evergreen tree. Large riparian tree, similar in habitat to a Cottonwood tree. May be deciduous in dry channels. Rot-resistant lumber is prized for construction. Not easily established. Platanus wrightii a more common, better water-loving, large tree option. Full sun.

Acacia papyrocarpa. Western Myall. Non-native, evergreen shrub/small tree. Must prune to tree shape. Long-lived. Downward drooping foliage - can potentially look homely when young. Rough bark. Trunks occasionally twist similar to Juniper. Yellow ball-shaped flowers in spring. Adapted to hot, arid regions.  Hardy to 18 degrees F. Full sun. Slow grower.

Acacia papyrocarpa. Western Myall. Non-native, evergreen shrub/small tree. Must prune to tree shape. Long-lived. Downward drooping foliage - can potentially look homely when young. Rough bark. Trunks occasionally twist similar to Juniper. Yellow ball-shaped flowers in spring. Adapted to hot, arid regions. Hardy to 18 degrees F. Full sun. Slow grower.

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