Green Cloud™ is a trademarked variety of Leucophyllum frutescenswith larger leaves and darker flower color than its close relatives. It has an upright, spreading form that can reach 8 feet tall by 8 feet across. The large, dark green leaves provide an ideal backdrop for the rich, rose-purple colored flowers that appear from June to October. Flowering is triggered by periods of high humidity. Green Cloud is one of the most deciduous varieties of Leucophyllum frutescens and was cloned and trademarked by Texas A&M University.
Be sure to plant Green Cloud in ample sunlight and well-drained soil. The growth rate will vary depending on the amount of supplemental water applied during the growing season. Water established plants every two to three weeks in the summer. There is no need apply fertilizer or extra water during the winter. Prune once or twice in the spring or summer to remove dead stems and to increase density.