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Beaucarnia Recurvate

Another cold hardy, drought-tolerant desert specimen plant is the Beaucarnia Recurvate, or ponytail palm. Native to Southeastern Mexico, this palm can grow up to 8 feet as a houseplant, or 30 feet outdoors. It requires full sun and dry to medium moisture, and will bloom with a beautif
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Chamaerops Humilis

Also known as Mediterranean or European Fan Palms, the Chamaerops Humilis is a drought-resistant, cold hardy palm.  This desert specimen plant can grow up to 15 feet tall and 8 to 10 feet wide. They don triangular, fan shaped blue-green, gray-green, or gray-yellow leaves that can grow
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Tree Aloe

This drought-resistant specimen plant requires minimal watering and can be found in a large variety of shapes and sizes. These trees adapt well to the harsh climates of the Coachella Valley desert and will provide a spectacular display of desert beauty to any garden landscape when in
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Mexican Blue Palm

Native to Baja, California, the Mexican Blue Palm (Brahea Armata) is typically utilized as an ornamental landscape plant. This drought-tolerant desert specimen plant can be planted in partial shade or full sun. These palm trees are popular for landscape night lighting as the light wil
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Canary Island Palm

The Canary Island Palm (Phoenix Canariensis), seen all around the Coachella Valley desert, is often called a pineapple palm due to its diamond-patterned thick trunk. This specimen plant can grow up to 60 feet tall with crowns that can grow up to 50 leaves reaching 18 feet long.  These
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Saguaro Cacti

Saguaro Cacti are a common desert specimen plant that is easily recognizable by their distinctive shape and large tree-like size. Most will sprout arms (branches) as they age bending upward toward the desert sky. Standing tall from Palm Springs to Palm Desert; Saguaro Cacti can live a