The silvery foliage of this drought tolerant shrub makes a stunning accent.
Native to Texas and northern Mexico, it is adapted to desert conditions and grows best in full sun.
It is slow growing and will reach a size from 3 to 8 feet around.
It has lavender flowers that are usually produced when the rainy season begins.
Consider planting Leucophyllum instead of Ligustrum or Nandina.
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