Robert’s Plant of the Week – Bubba Desert Willow

Robert loves the Bubba Desert Willows mainly because of their beauty and drought tolerance.
Bubba is a fast-growing, deciduous, tree that reaches 15 to 20 feet tall and wide, with a graceful open canopy of narrow, willow-like leaves. Its leaves are larger and darker green than most desert willows, and it blooms big, vibrant,  burgundy and lavender two-toned, trumpet-shaped, fragrant, blossoms from late spring through summer. Bubba Desert Willow is great for our area because it loves full sun and heat, has low water requirements once established, and is adaptable to most soils— so long as it is well-drained.


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