Tabebuia Argentea (Caribbean Trumpet Tree/Silver Trumpet Tree/Tree of Gold/Yellow Trumpet Tree)
- Plant Care
It is a medium to small flowering tree that is native to the West Indies and South and Central America. The tree is very tolerant of various soil conditions. Beautiful dense clusters blooming trees, the Tabebuias are small, evergreen trees with silvery foliage. It begins blooming when the leaves start to drop. The most spectacular blooming occurs after a tree has lost all its leaves and its branches are bare.
The crown is usually asymmetrical with two or three major trunks or branches dominating the crown. The leaves are narrow and elongated, a key feature of the tree. The brilliant display composed of a multitude of two to three-inch-long, golden yellow, trumpet-shaped blooms borne in terminal flower clusters. It works well near a deck or patio or as a lawn tree. You can grow Caribbean trumpet tree in containers and also train it as a bonsai.
The tabebuia argentea thrives on lots of sunshine. Place this plant in an area where it can receive full sun for healthy production.Allow soil to dry several inches deep before irrigating. Don’t let the plants to be sitting in water or soggy soil.Rich, sandy and nutrient-dense soil is very important for the health and production of the plant.15 – 30 °CApply any organic fertilizer.
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