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Brachychiton discolor

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ARBOL Brachychiton discolor (STERCULIACEA)

Sterculia discolor
Brachichito rosado
Origen Australia
Full sun Medium water
Perennial leaf Dark green
Flor Pink
Baya o Fruta Green follicle
Alt.Max. 10/15 m
Anch.Max. 8/12 m
Zona ZONA 9

This is an attractive tree up to 30 metres tall, and the pink flowers without petals are bell-shaped flowers which hang down in clusters from the end of the branches. The trunk is straight, grey and cylindrical, up to 75 cm in diameter. Not buttressed at the base. Twigs hairy, brown and smooth. Leaves are lobed in three, five or seven points. Whitish underneath, dark green above. Leaf veins visible on both sides. Flowers form from November to February. The fruit is a hairy boat shaped follicle maturing from December to July. Germination from fresh seed occurs without difficulty.

Diam Ltr Perim Trunk height Total Height Others
ARBOL C30 17 10/12P
ARBOL C30 17 12/14P
ARBOL C55 70 14/16P
ARBOL C55 70 16/18P
ARBOL C55 70 18/20P
ARBOL C55 70 20/25P
ARBOL C60 90 25/30P
ARBOL C70 130 30/40P
ARBOL C70 130 40/50P