Fagonia is a genus of plants in the Zygophyllaceae (Caltrop) family. They are sometimes called fagonbushes. There are about 18 species. Their distribution includes parts of Africa, the Mediterranean, and parts of the Americas.

Fagonia laevis is a perennial herb of the United States desert southwest. It has opposite leaves, trifoliate with spinescent stipules, a pink corolla and smooth fruits.

Species include:

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