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Guayacan tree

Tabebuia guayacan

Description:

The Guayacan tree is widely used as an ornamental tree in the tropics in landscaping gardens, public squares, and boulevards due to its impressive and colorful flowering. Many flowers appear on still leafless stems at the end of the dry season, making the floral display more conspicuous. They are useful as honey plants for bees, and are popular with certain hummingbirds.

Habitat:

Central America

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Spotted on Feb 8, 2014
Submitted on Jun 1, 2014

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