The Tabebuia Rosea is a, eye-catching large tree which commands your attention! This South American delight is also known as the ‘Pink Trumpet tree’ due to its generous display of stunning pink flowers. The flowers make this tree light up like a pink umbrella every spring, bringing colour and radiance to your yard in a way not dissimilar to Japanese cherry blossoms. Due to its size, the Tabebuia rosea 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.
Requires full sun up but can take partial shade. Grows up to 24m 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.