Resources and Partnerships
Native Plants
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Arizona Rosewood
  Vauquelinia californica
Arizona Sycamore
  Platanus wrightii
Arizona Walnut
  Juglans major  
Blue Palo Verde
  Cercidium floridum

   Encelia farinosa
Cat Claw Acacia
  Acacia greggii
Desert Fan Palm
  Washingtonia filifera
Desert Hackberry
  Celtis pallida




Desert Ironwood
  Olneya tesota
Desert Willow
  Chilopsis linearis
Elephant Tree
  Bursera microphylla

   Calliandra eriophylla
Fremont Cottonwood
  Populus fremontii

  Atriplex canescens
Gooding Willow
  Salix gooddingii
Honey Mesquite
  Prosopis glandulosa

​Jerusalem Thorn
  Parkinsonia aculeata

Little-leaf Mulberry
  Morus microphylla
Manzanita
  Arctostaphylos
Netleaf Hackberry
  Celtis reticulata
One-seed Juniper
  Juniperus monosperma
Palo Dulce (Kidneywood)
  Eysenhardtia polystachya
Screwbean Mesquite
  Prosopis pubescens
Smokethorn (Smoketree) 
   Psorothamnus spinosus​​

 Soapberry
   Sapindus drummondii
 Velvet Ash (Arizona Ash)
    Fraxinus velutina
 Velvet Mesquite
    Prosopis velutina
 White Thorn Acacia
    Acacia constricta
 Yellow Palo Verde (Foothill)
    Cericidium microphyllum



researched by Adrian Marks, 2010


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Olla

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