Amherstia nobilis - Plant
Common name: Pride of Burma and sometimes Queen of Flowering Trees.
Color: Crimson red.
Bloom time: between February and May.
Height: 30 -40
Difficulty level: Easy.
Planting & Care
Sunlight: Full to partial sun
Soil: Fertile soil with a neutral pH.
Water: Keep the soil moist, do not overwater.
Temprature: Night temperature not below than 55 degree C.
Fertilizer: Use organic mulch to enrich the soil.
- Use organic mulch to enrich the soil and promote the lushest growth.
- Amherstia nobilis is suitable for avenue planting as well as landscape gardening.
- Pride-of-Burma makes a spectacular park shade tree for hot, humid tropical regions.
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