Tabebuia berteroi (Cultivated)

Tabebuia berteroi (DC.) Britton , Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 42: 377 1915. (Syn: Tabebuia anisophylla Urb.; Tecoma berteroi DC.);

Haiti, Dominican Republic, Cuba as per Catalogue of Life;
 
Hispaniolan Rosy Trumpet Tree;
 
It is a small tree with obovate leaflets 5-12 cm long. Leaflets are hairless, thick and pointed. The tree bears trumpet shaped flowers with 5 flaring petals with crinkled margins. The flowers, 5-6 cm long, are rosy white, with yellow in the throat. The tree is cultivated in India, but is not common. It sheds its leaves in Jan, and flowers are season most of the time (Mar-Oct) in bangalore; 
 
The tree is cultivated in India, but is not common 


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