| Flowers, foliage look much like T. heterophylla (Cuban Pink Tabebuia), though bark looks different than those of trees of such here in US. It is a rather variable species.|
Broward County, Florida USA
--- On Tue, 3/10/09, ranjini kamath <ranj...@gmail.com> wrote:
| There are, I believe, a at least a couple of simple-leafed Tabebuia species. I recall seeing one (whose name I cannot recall) growing at a small botanical garden in Los Angeles, CA (USA) several years ago.|
Additionally, many of the yellow species (and some of the pinks, most notably T. impetiginosa), have now been reclassified into the genus Handroanthus. I admit that I haven't completely given in to using this new classification (old habits die hard, and I'm getting old...) Perhaps someone wants to investigate all the reclassifications and post the "correct" names at some later date.
--- On Thu, 3/12/09, Ullas Anand <ull...@gmail.com> wrote: