Guajillo’s lush green canopy contributes a lovely tropical effect to the desert garden, and provides light lacy shade for anything growing beneath it. Fitting easily into any setting as a patio tree, accent, foundation plant, or feathery screen, the Guajillo is at home in a variety of landscape situations.
Though its natural tendency is to branch out into a large multi-trunked shrub, it can easily be pruned and kept as a small but charming tree. Year-round interest in your garden is possible with Guajillo’s fragrant, creamy-white, puffball flowers in spring, and the persistence of ferny green foliage through milder winters.
Height: 12 – 15 feet
Width: 12 – 15 feet
Bloom color: Cream White
Flowering season: Spring
USDA minimum zone: 8
Cold hardiness: 15° F


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