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Genus: Tabebuia

Species: palmeri



The Tabebuia palmeri, also known as the ‘Pink Trumpet tree’, won’t need to blow it’s own horn in your garden - it’s superb visual display does enough! This large South American tree produces a stunning  display pink flowers with a tubular, bell-like shape similar to a trumpet. The flowers make this tree light up every spring, bringing colour and radiance to your yard. Due to its size, the Tabebuia palmeri is best suited to larger areas as a feature tree and is perfectly suited to coastal gardens, as it's highly tolerant of salty terrain.

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Requires full sun up but can take partial shade. Grows up to 10m in height.


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Average water needs. Water regularly, but do not over water.


Best grown in moist, fertile soil.


To maintain a uniform shape, prune after flowering if necessary. Otherwise, this is a fairly low maintenance plant.

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