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Crape Myrtle Jacaranda
Lagerstroemia indica
This extremely colorful small tree makes a perfect choice for color lovers! Very long bloom period starts mid summer and lasts thru mid fall. One of the very few trees that provides summer color.
Jacaranda mimosifolia
This is the purple flowering tree seen all across the Southern U.S. blooming in spring. This tree grows very fast and provides a soft, filtered shade with incredible blooms. 
Tipu Tree Vitex
Tipuana tipu
Tipu is rapidly becoming one of the most popular varieties that we sell! It grows really fast, makes an incredible umbrella for shade and handles the intense heat of Summer.
Agnus-castus
Vitex trees provide a bit of shade and have a fantastic bloom period. Flowers appear as spikes of purple across the entire tree, and are known to attract butterflies.
Museum Palo Verde Golden Rain Tree
Cercidium-parkinsonia hybrid
Very fast growing hybrid version of the classic Palo Verde. Provides the unique green trunks of the original only it grows faster, cleaner, thornless, and blooms longer.
Elaeocarpus decipiens
The exotic Golden Rain Tree blooms a vibrant display of golden-yellow flowers that brings a unique look to any landscape design.
Oleander Bottlebrush
Nerium oleander
A rare combination of being an evergreen and producing vibrant color, makes the Oleander tree useful in many landscapes. It's fantastic for shading in smaller courtyards and patios.
Callistemon spp.
Bottlebrush trees make for a fantastic year-round colorful hedge, and is named for the brush-shaped flowers that are peppered throughout the foliage. The canopies grow thick and green allowing for maximum shade and privacy.
Mimosa
Albizia julibrissin
This beautiful rainforest-style tree actually performs very well in the intense sun. Unique pink blooms highlight the tree throughout most of the late Spring, into early Summer.