This evergreen shrub can be trained early as a small tree or left to grow naturally into a dense shrub – growing up to 15 ft. and 5-10 ft. wide. It bears dense clusters of white flowers at the branch tips in the spring. This shrub can take the heat and is amazingly drought tolerant. Its slender, dark green leaves are tough and leathery and resemble the Oleander’s, making it an attractive non-toxic alternative. The blossoms attract bees and butterflies in the spring, and the reddish-brown seed pods bring birds through the summer. As a dense shrub, the Arizona Redwood is a good choice for privacy, a barrier, or an informal hedge.
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