TABEBUIA IMPETIGINOSA – Pink Trumpet Tree

$25.00

This is a popular deciduous tropical flowering tree in South Florida. It gets covered in pink blooms in late winter to spring making it one of the most spectacular blooming trees in the world.

Available in 1gallon pot, but currently dormant. Please inquire if interested.

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Description

Synonym: Handroanthus impetiginosus

Tabebuia impetiginosa is one of the most spectacular blooming trees in the world. The tree will lose its leaves during the winter and right after, will burst with flowers (mature trees). The care is easy. A little dryer during the winter and a little moist during the rest of the year. 
Start to fertilize after the new leaves emerge. Don’t fertlize during the winter. They don’t need much trimming, but the best time to do it is right after the flowers finish if necessary.

FAMILY : Bignoniaceae
ORIGIN : Brazil and Argentina in South America to Mexico to Cuba and the Caribbean
TYPE/USES :
flowering tree
MATURE SIZE :
35 feet
GROWTH RATE :
moderate to fast
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS
: full sun
WATER REQUIREMENTS :
keep moist/drier in the winter
MIN. TEMP. :
low to mid 20’s for a short period of time
FLOWER :
late winter, spring

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 9 x 9 x 37 in