Texas Mountain Laurel
- Also Known As: Mescal Bean
- Botanical Name: Sophora secundiflora
- Plant Type: Ornamental Tree
- Light Requirement: Partial Shade, Full Sun
- Water Demand: Very Low
- Landscape Use: Screen - Physical (e.g., barriers), Focal Point/Specimen Plant, Deer Resistant
- Ornamental Value: Purple, Lavender, Violet, White
- Native/Adapted: Native
- Wildlife Value: Bees, Butterflies, Birds
- Season: Spring
- Deciduous/Evergreen: Evergreen
- Plant Form: Spreading, Upright
- Plant Spread: 10' - 15'
- Plant Height: 15' - 20'
DescriptionEvergreen with deep glossy green leaves. Slow growing. Requires good drainage, and does best in alkaline soils. Beautiful, fragrant spring flowers. Flowers and seeds are poisonous.