Those living in USDA zones 7b-11 are often enchanted with desert willow. It’s drought tolerant, easy to care for and grows rapidly. How do you go about growing desert willow from seed? This article is about planting desert willow seeds! Click here to learn more!
Desert willow is not a willow, although it look like one with its long, thin leaves. It grows so rapidly that the plant can get scraggly if left to its own devices. Trimming a desert willow keeps the plant looking tidy and attractive. For information on pruning, click this article.
The long, slender leaves of desert willow make you think of willow, but once you learn some desert willow tree facts, you?ll see that it is not in the willow family at all. Click on this article to learn more about these interesting plants.