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Schizolobium parahybum - Brazilian Fern Tree


Schizolobium parahybum - Brazilian Fern Tree (Schizolobium parahybum)

This is a beautiful tree that has fern-like leave and yellow flower in late winter or spring. It can become a huge tree 120+ feet. It is grown in coastal areas of California up to the San Francisco Bay Area. It usually only grows to 60' in California though.



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Is this an evergreen?

23 Sep, 2008

 

This tree is briefly deciduous just before it blooms.

23 Sep, 2008

 

This year I put mine in the ground. Gophers are a worry.

18 Feb, 2016

 

It died. I waited too long. It hated being kept in a pot.

10 Sep, 2016



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