Chitalpa Tashkentensis

Small deciduous tree tends to be multi-stemmed. Long, narrow, bright green leaves back abundant clusters of trumpet-shaped pale lavender-pink flowers with pale yellow throats. Ideally suited to most soils and climates of the Southwestern states. Excellent, long blooming accent specimen for dry sites and minimal-care landscapes.

Light Needs: Full sun.

Watering Needs: Once established, needs only occasional watering.

Average Landscape Size: Rapid growing tree with a height of 20 to 30 ft. that can spread up to 20ft.

Key Features: Looks great as a multi-trunk or single trunk tree.

Blooms: Late Spring through Summer.

Poisonous: No.

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