The desert willow. Is a tree that usually doesn’t grow above 9 m. tall and 7.5 m. wide. With its many trunks, the tree presents a unique, graceful silhouette that is familiar in the Southwest deserts. The thin, drooping leaves can get up to 15 cm. long, filling in the irregular crown of the tree with willowy softness. The fragrant trumpet flowers grow in clusters on the branch tips and bloom from spring to autumn. They can be found in shades of pink, violet, and white, all with yellow throats.