Pink Trumpet Tree
Pau D Arco
Stunning bouquets of bright pink, lavish blossoms give a striking contrast against bare, dark brown branches. Every year, the Black Jacobin and Black throated Mango hummingbirds visit the tree, attracted by the aromatic flowers. After flowering season has come to an end, small light green leaves crowd the thin branches filling the tree with beautiful foliage. Tabebuia loves warm weather, but has been known to survive conditions of 18 degrees F.
1. Also known as Pink Lapacho
2. Grows well in confined areas
3. Lapacho tea is made from the inner bark
4. National tree of Paraguay
Adaptable to most soil conditions, and gardening types, specimen plantings, deck gardens as well as houseplants.
Tabebuia impetiginosa Pink Trumpet Tree seeds