0014305108002
Discontinued

Model CHILI00BR0024FT

Internet #202038415

Desert Willow

This item has been discontinued.
The Home Depot no longer carries this specific product.

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This beautiful deciduous flowering tree is well suited for growing in cities. Flowers bloom lavender, pink and white in color during spring and continue through until frost. This plant grows and flowers best with rich, moist soil in full sun, but will tolerate less hospitable conditions just as well. This beautiful tree makes a great centerpiece and its thick growth is suitable for use as a wide screen or tall hedge. Tolerates drought very well and adapts to most soil conditions. Mature specimens grow up to 25 ft. in height spread. This item ships bare-root which means it is dormant with no leaves, no soil, and the roots are exposed.

  • Hardiness : Zone 7 to 11
  • Rounded form grows to reach heights of 25 ft.
  • Has showy lavender, pink and white flowers
  • Hardy to 0°F
  • Full Sun
  • Seasonal - November through February depending on weather patterns

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Why did you discontinue Bubba Desert Willow?

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Hi Toto, this item appears to have been discontinued by the manufacturer and is no longer sold on Homedepot.com. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!
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How can I be certain of getting the type of desert willow I want?

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I own two different types of desert willow, the first is a "tree" type that I dearly love. Two others are more like an "oleander" bush. I wish to purchase six of the tree type for a friend's new home. When sold they are all just a "stick". How can I be sure I am getting the trees?
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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Desert Willow Plant code??? I urchased two of these local and they are blooming and beautiful and healthy. The HD tag indicated that if I used "plant code" THDA8378 on the garden club web, it would give more info. No such place on website for garden club OR HD to enter this info. Question was..is plant "deer resistant?" Is it same family as Olenander (Hemlock?) May 3, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I am SO pleased! Arrived as bare sticks w/ bare roots. I Planted them late. They ALL survived and are flourishing! EXCELLENT price ! April 25, 2012
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