Colvillea Racemosa - Plant
Description for Colvillea Racemosa
The wispy, feathery leaves of Colville glory tree creates a gentle backdrop for its fiery clusters of orange flowers that appear in autumn. The tree grows to a height of 30-50 ft. Its grape-like clusters of velvety buds, varying from chameleon green to blood orange, are a sight to behold. Leaves a double-compound, very similar to those of Gulmohar.
|Common name||Flower colours||Bloom time||Height||Difficulty|
|Colville's Glory, Colvillia, Glory Covillea, Ohai, Whip Tree||Orange, Orange Red||Fall, Late Fall, Early Winter||30 to 50 ft||Easy to grow|
Planting and care
Watering from a hose or sprinkler should be done slowly and deeply, not frequently, to avoid shallow root development or root diseases. Allow soil to dry several inches deep before irrigating.
|Full sun to part shade||Well drained soil||Medium||30 to 40 degrees C||Apply any organic fertilizer|
Caring for Colvillea Racemosa
- They can successfully propagate by seed or by cuttings.
- To propagate by seed, extract the seeds manually and dry them in the sun, then replant the seedlings in a nursery or some other warm, humid area.
- Seedlings generally can grow in domesticity for about eight months to a year before being replanted outside.
Typical uses of Colvillea Racemosa
Special features: Known for its bright orange flowers that grow in large cone or cylinder shaped clusters.
Ornamental use: The plant is used for an ornamental purpose.
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perfect gift for your office and home.
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IS this, an indoor plant ????