Thurbers Cotton

Thurbers Cotton Plant Information

Thurbers Cotton grows in the following 1 states:


Gossypium thurberi, also known as Arizona wild cotton, Thurber's cotton, or Desert Cotton, is a wild species of cotton.

Their flowers are not showy, but the palm-shaped green leaves turn maroon in autumn.

It is native to the Sonoran desert area of northern Mexico and parts of the state of Arizona in the United States. It is often used in some southern Arizona landscapes as a deciduous shrub to small tree to 10 feet (3.0m) tall. It is used as a larval food plant for the royal moth (Citheronia splendens sinaloensis).

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