Fouquieria macdougalii – 3-inch


Fouquieria macdougalii has a short trunk and a tree-like form with age. Grown from seed collected along the road between Agua Prieta and Bacanora in Sonora.

10 in stock



Fouquieria macdougalii is frequently called Sonoran Tree Ocotillo due to its short trunk with peeling bark and highly branched, tree-like stature. The bright red flowers are similar to those of F. splendens and are a great hummingbird magnet. Plants are drought tolerant, frost hardy, have a moderate growth rate, and make great potted specimens.


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