Bignoniaceae, Bignonia Family
Large shrub; medium tree to 30 feet tall by 30 feet wide
Sonora, Mojave and Chihuahua deserts of southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico to 5,000 feet
Living Desert Location
Ethnobotanic Garden, Wortz Demonstration Garden, MacDonald Butterfly Garden, Upper Colorado Garden, throughout the grounds
The flowers are pollinated by bees and attractive to hummingbirds. The seeds provide forage for birds such as Gambelâs quail.