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Cordia boissieri, Cordia superba, Texas Olive, Anacahuita
 Cordia boissieri, Cordia superba
Family: Boraginaceae
Texas Olive, Anacahuita
Origin: Texas Rio Grande area, northern Mexico
large shrub 5-10 ftsmall tree 10-20 ftfull sunsemi-shademoderate waterwhite/off-white flowersattracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSeaside, salt tolerant plantincuded in CD catalog

Very popular small trees adorned through much of the spring and summer with large clusters of showy white flowers. It is indigenous to the chaparral areas of extreme southern Texas and well into Mexico. Preference for sandy, gravely, well drained soils. Requires ample water to become established, after which it is generally considered quite water efficient. Periodic, deep soakings through the hottest period of summer will aid in leaf retention and improved color. These plants don't like to be grown in pots, in spite of their small size, and usually don't look very happy in containers; however once planted in the ground,they grow faster and start thriving. Cold tolerant plant, takes some freeze.


 
Cordia boissieri, Cordia superba, Texas Olive, Anacahuita

Cordia boissieri, Cordia superba, Texas Olive, Anacahuita
Cordia boissieri, Cordia superba, Texas Olive, Anacahuita
Cordia boissieri, Cordia superba, Texas Olive, Anacahuita
Cordia boissieri, Cordia superba, Texas Olive, Anacahuita
Cordia boissieri, Cordia superba, Texas Olive, Anacahuita
Cordia boissieri, Cordia superba, Texas Olive, Anacahuita
Cordia boissieri, Cordia superba, Texas Olive, Anacahuita
Cordia boissieri, Cordia superba, Texas Olive, Anacahuita
Cordia boissieri, Cordia superba, Texas Olive, Anacahuita
Cordia boissieri, Cordia superba, Texas Olive, Anacahuita
Cordia boissieri, Cordia superba, Texas Olive, Anacahuita


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   2359 Cordia boissieri - seeds
White Geiger tree, Texas Olive, Anacahuita. This is one of the best flowering trees to have in the landscape near a house. It is a relatively small tree, clean, doesn't have a bad root system and blooms most of the year.
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Per pack: 6 large seeds5 Pack(s) in stock
2.95  
 
   1355 Cordia boissieri - White Geiger tree
Cordia boissieri - White Geiger tree, Texas Olive, Anacahuita. Very popular small trees adorned through much of the spring and summer with large clusters of showy white flowers. Requires ample water to become established, after which it is generally considered quite water efficient. These plants don't like to be grown in pots, in spite of their small size, and usually don't look very happy in containers; however once planted in the ground,they grow faster and start thriving. Cold tolerant plant, takes some freeze.
This item is certified for shipping to California.
3 gal pot2 Plant(s) in stock
34.95  
 
   5004 Cordia boissieri - wholesale seeds
White Geiger tree, Texas Olive, Anacahuita. This is one of the best flowering trees to have in the landscape near a house. It is a relatively small tree, clean, doesn't have a bad root system and blooms most of the year.
Ordering seeds info

Per pack: 50 large seeds1 Pack(s) in stock
Last one
5.95  
 


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