Cercocarpus breviflorus (Hairy Mountain Mahogany)


Hairy Mountain Mahogany grows in the mountainous parts of the Southwest and into northern Mexico. This small tree or big shrub can reach a size of 16 feet tall and is generally evergreen. Small tubular yellow flowers in the spring are followed by fruit with long feather-like hairs. Plants perform well in full sun to partial shade, and are happiest in middle to higher elevations.

At a Glance Summary

Type: Tree
Size (H x W): 16ft x 16ft
Flower Color: Yellow
Hardiness: Zone 5: -20˚F

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