Tabebuia chrysotricha “Golden Trumpet Tree” pint plant
Pint plant of this eye-catching semi-deciduous tree from Brazil that shows off 3-8? clusters of bright golden 3? trumpet-shaped, nectar-rich flowers, sought out by bees and hummers just before new leaves appear in April. Mature trees are smothered in flowers! These are followed by 8? brown seed pods, which stays on the tree thru winter. Grows 15-25? tall with 4? veined palmate leaves, olive-green on top, with undersides exhibiting a fuzz. With its rounded shape, it makes an excellent smaller-sized street or patio tree. Plant in fertile, very well-drained soil in full sun. Water thoroughly in its first season then cut back to a monthly deep watering once established. Hardy in zones 9b-11.