Fouquieria macdougalii


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.

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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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