Common Valley Trees

 
Palo Verde – parkinsonia or cercidium – several varieties, Native to southwestern U.S. and Mexico.
Palo Brea – parkinsonia praecox – southwestern U.S and Mexico.
Native mesquiteprosopis velutina – deciduous, native Arizona, western New Mexico, low elevation Mexico.
Argentine mesquiteprosopis alba – evergreen – Argentina – may have very large thorns

Chilean mesquiteprosopis chilensis – deciduous to semi deciduous – Chile

Sweet acaciaacacia farnesiana – semi evergreen – Australia
Shoestring acaciaacacia stenophylla – evergreen – Australia
Willow acaciaacacia salicina – evergreen – Australia
Eucalyptus – hundreds of varieties, mostly native to Australia

Brazilian peppershinus terebinthifolius – evergreen – South America

California peppershinus molle – evergreen – Peru

Ficus – several varieties, retusa, nitida, benjamina – fig family, evergreen

Citrus – several types in the Valley – orange, lemon, grapefruit, tangelo
Chastevitex – agnus – castus – deciduous – southern Europe, western Asia
Sissoodalbergia sissoo – semi evergreen – India

African sumac rhus iancea – evergreen – South Africa

Chinese elm ulmus parvifola – deciduous – orient

Mulberry morus – deciduous – mostly native to Asia

Chinaberrymelia azedarach – deciduous – china

Ironwood – olneya tesota – evergreen – Sonoran desert

Live oakquercus virginiana – deciduous – southeastern U.S
Lysiloma lysiloma thornberi – deciduous – Arizona

Jacarandajacaranda mimosifolia – deciduous – South America

Queen palm syagrus romanoffiana – evergreen – Brazil

Mexican fan palmwashingtonia robusta – evergreen – northern Mexico

Californian fan palmwashingtonia filifera – evergreen – California

Phoenix Date palmphoenix dactylifera – evergreen – North Africa

Canary Island Date Palmphoenix canariensis – (pineapple palm) – Canary Islands

Arizona Ash fraxinus velutina ( velvet ash, modesto ash ) –deciduous – North America
Shamel Ash fraxinus oleaceae – deciduous – central America, southern Mexico
Carobceratonia siliqua – evergreen – Mediterranean
Oliveolea europae – evergreen – Mediterranean
Aleppo pinepinus halpensis – evergreen – Mediterranean

Canary Island pinepinus canaiensis – evergreen – Canary Islands

Goldwater pinepinus brutia – evergreen – southeast Asia

Cascalotecaesalpinia cacalaco – evegreen – Mexico
Silk oak grevillea robusta – evergreen – North Africa

Bottlebrachychiton populneus – evergreen to semi-deciduous – Australia

Purple plum prunus cerasifera – deciduous
Desert willowchilopsis linearis – deciduous – southwest U.S.

Italian cypresscupressus sempervirens – Mediterranean

Flowering pearpyrus calleryana – deciduous

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