Colvillea racemosa
Colville’s Glory

An ornamental tropical legume grown for the beautiful clusters of orange flowers and forest green tropical foliage. Gentle feathery leaves are accented by the fiery clusters of blooms that appear in autumn. Gold stamens emerge from the flowers and attract all kinds of pollinators.

Fun Facts:
1. Named for Sir Charles Colville governor of Mauritius
2. Native to Madagascar
3. The tree is semi deciduous
4. Classified as near threatened

Colvillea racemosa Colville’s Glory 5 seeds