Texas Mountain Laurel Plants for Arizona Landscapes – I Smell Grapes!

Who likes the smell of grapes?  That’s what you get when you have a Texas Mountain Laurel plant and it’s blooming.  The big purple cluster flowers  have a very distinct deep grape smell.  It’s just one  of the good things about this small tree/large shrub.

It’s also evergreen so the leaves stay on during the winter.  And, discount viagra online since it’s small, viagra sale it has a small root system and it can be planted by walkways or walls.  They also attract hummingbirds.

Watch our short video to find out more about this native to Texas and the Chihuahuan Desert.

 

You can often find this plant at your local nursery in a 10-gallon container.  Even when small, they bloom their purple clustered flowers.  It’s a great patio tree.

Do you have questions about your Spring planting?  Give us a call at (520) 370-5697.  We’re happy to answer them.


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