Palo Blanco


This Sonoran desert native is best known for its white peeling bark. Palo blanco means “white stick” in Spanish. It is originally from Sonora, Mexico, so you’ll need to place it somewhere it will stay warmer in the winter. The palo blanco is a shorter weeping tree that has a creamy colored flower in the spring.

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Tree Stats
Native Yes (Sonora)
Type Evergreen
Growth Rate Moderate
Hardiness 20°F
Water Low
Mature Size H:10 to 15 ft W: 10 to 20 ft
Thorns No
Flower Color/Season Yellow/Spring
Litter Low
Allergenic Low
Multi Trunk? No
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