- Flower nameTabebuia argentea
- Scientific nameTabebuia argentea
- Aliasタベブイア, Tabebuia, Tabebuia argentea
- Place of originSouth America
- Place of floweringSubtropical region
- Flowering seasonFebruary, March, April
What is Tabebuia argentea
Tabebuia argentea ,Caribbean Trumpet Tree, Yellow Tabebuia,or Silver Trumpet Tree (scientific name: Tabebuia argentea) is a semi-evergreen tree native to South America, including Brazil, Paraguay, Suriname, eastern Bolivia, Peru, and northern Argentina, belonging to the Tabebuia genus of the family Nodendales. Leaves appear after the flowers. Because of its beautiful flowers, it is used locally as a roadside tree, park tree, and garden plant. However, because the tree has shallow roots, it can be toppled by strong winds or cyclones.
Common name: Tabebuia argentea, scientific name: Tabebuia argentea, also known as Caribbean Trumpet Tree, Yellow Tabebuia, Silver Trumpet Tree, Origin: Brazil, Paraguay, Suriname, eastern Bolivia, Peru, northern Argentina, etc., South America, Height: 8-12 m, Trunk Diameter: 15-20 cm, Leaf Form: compound leaf, Number of lobes: 5-7, Lobes: ovate, Lobe Length: 6-18 cm, Leaf Edge: entire, Leaf Diameter: 15-20 cm, Leaf Color: greenish brown, Leaf Color: greenish brown, Leaf Color: greenish brown, Leaf Size: small, Leaf Color: brown, Leaf Color: white, Leaf Color leaf margin: 6-18 cm, leaf margin: entire, inflorescence shape: racemose/conical, flower shape: shallow trumpet-shaped, petal color: yellow, flower length: 5-8 cm, flower diameter: 6.5 cm, flowering season: February to April in native areas, fruit type: capsule, fruit color: dark brown, fruit shape: oblong-oval, fruit length: 10 cm, seed: winged, uses: roadside tree, park tree Roadside trees, park trees, garden plants in locality.