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Caesalpinia mexicana
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Mexican Bird of Paradise

Caesalpinia mexicana - Mexican Bird of Paradise

Description

Mexican Bird of Paradise is a small tree native to Texas and Mexico with bright yellow fragrant flowers from spring to fall. The foliage is fine textured, similar to Mimosa spp. and is light green in color, the foliage is somewhat coarser than C. pulcherrima. Caesalpinia mexicana can freeze back in the winter but it will quickly sprout back in the spring. Mexican Bird of Paradise is heat and drought tolerant and can grow to 10-20' tall.

Hardiness: USDA Zones 9-11
Plant Use: Flowering Perennial
Exposure: Sun
Water Requirements: Medium to Low

Great for sunny locationsDoes well in dry locations!Great for attracting wildlife to the gardenA Texas Native Plant!

Sizes: #5 Check Availability

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