Pink Trumpet Tree. Tabebuia heterophylla (Bignoniaceae) 8”-12”

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Pink trumpet tree produces a wonderful specimen tree, reaching a height of 50 feet and is covered with terminal panicles of pink to rose-purple, two-inch-wide, showy blossoms in spring. There are few, if any, other flowering trees which can match the beauty of this tree in bloom! Flowers stand out nicely because there are no leaves on the tree during flowering. They contrast nicely against the light grey bark. The palmately compound leaves bear five leaflets, each about two-and-one-half inches long. The Pink trumpet tree grows into a medium size deciduous tree with an open branching habit and rounded canopy shape that grows 30-50 ft. tall, 30-40 ft. wide. Foliage is comprised of dark green palmately divided leaves that have 5 leaflets. Bright pink to magenta tubular flowers with yellow throats develop in large round clusters in late winter to early spring when there are no leaves. Limited numbers of long bean pods develop after the flowering cycle and last into summer. Pink trumpet tree is native to Central and South America from Mexico to Argentina. In Southern California gardens it has proven to be well adapted inland climate zones with warm exposures, and where winter temperatures do not drop below 20-25°F. It is well suited for planting in courtyards and yard areas where it provides one of the most stunning flowering displays of any urban tree.

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Pink trumpet tree produces a wonderful specimen tree, reaching a height of 50 feet and is covered with terminal panicles of pink to rose-purple, two-inch-wide, showy blossoms in spring. There are few, if any, other flowering trees which can match the beauty of this tree in bloom! Flowers stand out nicely because there are no leaves on the tree during flowering. They contrast nicely against the light grey bark. The palmately compound leaves bear five leaflets, each about two-and-one-half inches long. The Pink trumpet tree grows into a medium size deciduous tree with an open branching habit and rounded canopy shape that grows 30-50 ft. tall, 30-40 ft. wide. Foliage is comprised of dark green palmately divided leaves that have 5 leaflets. Bright pink to magenta tubular flowers with yellow throats develop in large round clusters in late winter to early spring when there are no leaves. Limited numbers of long bean pods develop after the flowering cycle and last into summer. Pink trumpet tree is native to Central and South America from Mexico to Argentina. In Southern California gardens it has proven to be well adapted inland climate zones with warm exposures, and where winter temperatures do not drop below 20-25°F. It is well suited for planting in courtyards and yard areas where it provides one of the most stunning flowering displays of any urban tree.

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