This is one of the desert's hardiest and widespread plants and is often seen planted along streets and in Phoenix greenbelts. Its leaves are small and dark green and in the spring blooms profusely with small, bright yellow flowers that give way to small, white, fuzzy berries. It has a strong recognizable fragrance that is especially pronounced after it has rained.
- 6' x 6'
- Moderate growth rate
- Bright yellow flowers in the late spring.
- Low water use.
- Cold Tolerance:
- Ideally prune only the dead wood when necessary.
Flowering & Care Calendar: