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Common name: African tulip tree, Fountain Tree
Botanical name: Spathodea campanulata
Hindi: Rugtoora, Tamil: Patadi, Bengali: Rudrapalsh, Kannada: Nirukavi.
Family: Bignoniaceae (Jacaranda family)
One of the world's most spectacular flowering trees, African tulip tree is a large upright tree with glossy deep green pinnate leaves and glorious orange scarlet flowers. It may grow to 80 ft on an ideal site, but most specimens are much smaller. The tree has a stout, tapering, somewhat buttressed trunk covered in warty light gray bark. The lateral branches are short and thick. The 1-2 ft long opposite leaves, which emerge a bronzy color, are massed at the ends of the branches. They are composed of 5-19 deeply veined oval leaflets. The horn shaped velvety olive buds appear in upturned whorls at the branch tips. A few at a time, the buds of the lowest tier bend outward and open into big crinkled red orange tuliplike bells with red streaked gold throats, frilly yellow edges, and four brown-anthered stamens in the center. They are followed by 5-10 in green brown fingerlike pods pointing upwards and outwards above the foliage. Each of these pods contains about 500 tissue papery seeds. The tree flowers in spurts all through the growing season, but peak bloom is usually in the spring.
Spathodea Campanulata, Rudrapalsh, Rugtoora, Nirukavi, African Tulip Tree
- Live plant along with plastic pot
- plants height with pot is 1-2 feet and pot size is 5 icnhes diameter.
- plants nature is outdoor, loves full sun, less watering
- Grows till 30 feet, best landscaping plant and avenue tree