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African Tulip Tree "Spathodea Campanulata" - Plant

African Tulip Tree "Spathodea Campanulata" - Plant

Regular price Rs. 449.00
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Live plant along with plastic pot.
Plant height with pot is 12-18 inches, and pot size is 6 inches in diameter.
Plant height with pot is 24-36 inches, and pot size is 8 inches in diameter.

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African Tulip - Tree

The African tulip tree, or flame of the forest, is an intriguing plant that hails from Africa. It is renowned for its captivating beauty and vibrant colors. With its large, shiny leaves and spectacular blossoms, this tree is sure to catch your attention.

The highlight of the African tulip tree is its striking flowers, which resemble flickering flames. These flowers come in stunning shades of red and orange, creating a dazzling display that can brighten up any landscape. Bees and birds are attracted to these vibrant blooms, adding a touch of liveliness to the surroundings.

Growing up to 15 to 25 meters (50 to 80 feet) in height, the African tulip tree stands tall and commanding. Its magnificent stature adds a sense of grandeur to any garden or outdoor space. Even after the flowers have faded, the tree continues to captivate with its elongated seed pods that persist on the branches, creating an intriguing visual feature.

The African tulip tree thrives in warm climates, particularly in tropical regions. It prefers abundant sunlight but can tolerate partial shade. To keep it healthy and flourishing, provide well-drained soil and regular watering.

Overall, the African tulip tree is a remarkable plant that brings a touch of exotic beauty to any garden or landscape.

  1. Sunlight: The African Tulip Tree thrives in full sunlight, so choose a spot in your garden or landscape that receives ample sunlight throughout the day.
  2. Soil: It prefers well-drained soil that is rich in organic matter. Ensure that the soil retains some moisture but does not become waterlogged.
  3. Watering: Water the tree regularly, especially during dry periods or when newly planted. Aim to keep the soil evenly moist but avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot.
  4. Pruning: Prune the tree during the dormant season (winter) to maintain its shape and remove any dead, damaged, or crossing branches. You can also remove spent flowers or seed pods if desired.
  5. Fertilization: Feed the African Tulip Tree with a balanced slow-release fertilizer in early spring or as directed by the packaging instructions. This will provide essential nutrients for healthy growth and abundant flowering.

Note: Plant may slightly differ from shown image depending on Season and growth pattern

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