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The plant is also known as Pink poui or Rosy trumpet plant. It is widely known as Roble de Sabana which means ‘savannah oak ‘in Spanish in Costa Rica. Often these plants are found in highly forested regions. It is El Salvador’s national tree and is called there as Maquilishuat. The trees bear thick branches, few in number. The plants’ woods resemble the woods of oak trees.
The scientific name of this plant is Tabebuia rosea. These plants are mainly common in southern Mexico, Ecuador and Venezuela. It is found growing inland at sea level to a height of about one thousand two hundred meters. The colour of the bark can be from brown to grey and sometimes are vertically fissured. The five leaflets of each leaf which are of different sizes and are always found in clusters.
It is very easy to take care of these plants but with a little bit of effort.
Trapped water is harmful to the scales of the plant resulting in rotting of the bulb of the plant so soil which is well drained is mainly preferred.
These plants must be devoid of any kind of debris as debris helps in the increase of insect and diseases decaying the plants.
Deadheading rugosas must not be done in the late season.
On an average watering the plants must be done at a medium rate as it helps in the growth of these plants healthily.
Soil which has a very good drainage system is best for these plants as water logging is harmful to the growth of these plants.
Around six hours to eight hours of light must be received by the plants each day for a healthier proliferation of these plants.
An average temperature varying between twenty degree Celsius and thirty degree Celsius is perfect for these plants' growth.
This Tabebuia rosea is a seasonal bloomer.
These plants grow up to a height of sixty feet to ninety feet.
Application of any kind of fertilizers is good for these plants' growth.
Various disorders like tonsil inflammation, pain and fever etc can be reduced with the aid of these plants' parts.
These plants are widely planted in lawns for the shady shelter provided by these plants.