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Tabebuia Rosea Plant

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Original price Rs. 80.00
Original price Rs. 80.00 - Original price Rs. 80.00
Original price Rs. 80.00
Current price Rs. 30.00
Rs. 30.00 - Rs. 30.00
Current price Rs. 30.00

Tabebuia rosea, commonly known as Pink Trumpet Tree or Pink Tabebuia, is a beautiful flowering tree belonging to the Bignoniaceae family. Native to Central and South America, it is popular for its stunning display of vibrant pink or magenta-colored trumpet-shaped flowers. Here is a description of the Tabebuia rosea plant:

  1. Size and Shape: The Pink Trumpet Tree is a medium to large-sized deciduous tree that can reach heights of 10 to 25 meters (30 to 80 feet). It has a spreading, rounded crown with a relatively straight trunk.

  2. Leaves: The leaves of Tabebuia rosea are palmately compound, meaning they have several leaflets radiating from a central point. Each leaflet is lance-shaped with a serrated edge and a glossy green color, creating a lush and attractive foliage.

  3. Flowers: One of the most striking features of the Pink Trumpet Tree is its profusion of trumpet-shaped flowers that cover the branches during the blooming season. The flowers are large, measuring about 5 to 8 centimeters (2 to 3 inches) in diameter, and range in color from soft pink to vibrant magenta. The blossoms emerge before the leaves, creating a breathtaking sight.

  4. Bark: The bark of the Pink Trumpet Tree is smooth and grayish-brown when young, becoming rougher and darker with age.

  5. Fruits and Seeds: After the flowers fade, the tree produces elongated, slender seed capsules that contain numerous winged seeds. These capsules eventually split open, releasing the seeds, which are dispersed by the wind.

  6. Habitat and Cultivation: Tabebuia rosea thrives in tropical and subtropical regions with well-draining soil and full sunlight. It is often found in parks, gardens, and along roadsides, prized for its stunning flowers and attractive appearance.

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