The usual hybrid of Chilopsis and Catalpa formed this wonderful small flowering tree (fundamentally as a deciduous shrub).
With a height of between 4 – 8m, Chitalpa Tashkentensis summer bells are enveloped in leaves that are narrow, lance-shaped and dark green in colour. This plant has a spread of 2.5 – 4m.
Many plant lovers go for this plant because of its pink, orchid-like blooms, which are very conspicuous during the summer. Chitalpa Tashkentensis summer bells have a hardiness of H4 and begin flowering in late spring until late autumn.
How To Grow Chitalpa Tashkentensis Summer Bells
The perfect soil for this plant is any moderately fertile and a well-defined soil. The ideal propagation is carried out by using softwood cuttings. This plant is generally free from pests. In addition to that, Chitalpa Tashkentensis summer bells is generally disease-free.
Chitalpa Tashkentensis summer bells have three flower colours during the summer. The combination of pink, purple, and yellow flowers in your garden always impress.Last Modified: July 1, 2022