Pink Trumpet træ.
Tabebuia rosea, commonly known as the Pink Trumpet Tree, is a tall, erect, fast growing forest tree, up to 30 m in height, with a straight bole and wide crown. It is native to Central and South America from Mexico and the West Indies to Ecuador, and grows wild on the Windward/Atlantic coast of Dominica
Leaves are compound leaves opposite, digitate (like a hand), with 3-5 ovate leaflets. The trunk is light grey and lightly ribbed bark. The beautiful pink flowers are trumpet shaped and occur in large clusters from mid December to mid February. This tree provides some of the most spectacular bursts of flowers seen anywhere, with its full tree, “big boom” type floral display. It is often leafless when flowering. Fruit is an elongated, beanlike capsule15-20 cm long and about 12 mm wide.
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