Tabebuia ‘Kampong Pink’ or ’Schokman’s Purple’ – Pinkish Trumpet Tree (Email for availability)

This is a tropical flowering tree with an interesting story. Once mature, it produces dark pink flowers. We consider this Tabebuia to be the most spectacular. We offer grafted plants. 

Winter dormant.
Customer assumes all risks with shipping, no refunds.
Ships in 3 gallon pot (10″ pot). E-mail us with zip code if interested and we can check latest availability.


T. kampong pink was brought to this country by Larry M. Schokman (former curator of the Kampong). He planted it as a seedling and the tree grew to 30′ and never bloomed. He was just about to cut it down when it bloomed for the fist time and it turned out to be one of the most beautiful Tabebuias. The tree gets covered with flowers and the flower clusters are really tight, almost like “balls of flowers” at the end of the branches. The tree flowers in the spring (mature trees or grafted trees only) and the flowers are kind of long lasting for a Tabebuia. (more than one month). Tabebuias like full sun and become beautiful trees in the ground (tropical locations only). Tabebuias are deciduous trees. This being a graft, you can keep it in a large pot. It requires average water and fertilizer.

Additional information

Weight 25 lbs
Dimensions 60 × 11 × 11 in
Gardino Nursery