Tamarix ramosissima

An invasive tree from Eurasia, prolific along streams. There are several species occurring in the southwest that are only marginally distinct and frequently confused with each other. The southwestern Tamarix are most often referred to as Tamarix ramosissima, so this is the name I use.

Flowers at Hittle Bottom, near Moab, 6/16/06.

Inflorescences at Hittle Bottom, 6/16/06.

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