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Kiri Princess Tree Seeds – Foxglove Empress Seed – FRESH BONSAI – Paulownia tomentosa – PINKISH LAVENDER BLOOMS – Zone 5 – 8 (040000 Seeds – 1/4 oz)

Royal Empress, Paulownia tomentosa, Hardy! Tree Seeds Paulownia tomentosa (also known as the Empress Tree, Princess Tree or Foxglove Tree; pao tong泡桐 in Chinese; kiri桐 in Japanese) is a deciduoustree in the genus Paulownia, native to central and westernChina, with large heart-shaped to five-lobed leaves 15-40 cm across, arranged in opposite pairs on the stem. On young growth, the leaves may be in whorls of three and be much bigger than the leaves on more mature growth. The characteristic large size of the young growth is exploited by gardeners: by pollarding the tree and ensuring there is vigorous new growth every year, massive leaves are produced (up to 60 cm across). These are popular in the modern style of gardening which uses large-foliaged and “architectural” plants. Royal Empress Tree, Paulownia tomentosa, Seeds Fast Growth, Hardy, Easy to Grow, Fragrant Flowering Tree, Heat Tolerant, Shade Tree, Timber Empress Trees grow in a variety of conditions, from Mexico all the way up into parts of Canada. They grow in almost any soil, needing little water plus they resist pests and disease. With a rapid growth rate, the Empress tree can reach 50 feet in height with an equal spread in an open landscape. Most trees are seen 30 to 40 feet tall and wide. Unlike some fast growing trees that have short life spans, a healthy Empress tree can live for 80 to 100 years. Empress Trees are noted for its profuse bloom of fragrant, tubular, funnel-shaped, pinkish-lavender flowers (to 2″ long) with interior dark purple spotting and creamy yellow striping. Flowers appear in spring in clusters (to 14″ long) before the foliage so they stand out nicely, especially against an evergreen background. Flower aroma is reminiscent of vanilla. Flowers are edible and are sometimes added to salads.

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  • Kiri Princess Tree Seeds
  • Foxglove Empress Seed – FRESH BONSAI – Paulownia tomentosa
  • PINKISH LAVENDER BLOOMS
  • Zone 5 – 8
  • Royal Empress, Paulownia tomentosa, Hardy! Tree Seeds Paulownia tomentosa (also known as the Empress Tree, Princess Tree or Foxglove Tree; pao tong泡桐 in Chinese; kiri桐 in Japanese) is a deciduoustree in the genus Paulownia, native to central and westernChina, with large heart-shaped to five-lobed leaves 15-40 cm across, arranged in opposite pairs on the stem. On young growth, the leaves may be in whorls of three and be much bigger than the leaves on more mature growth. The characteristic large size of the young growth is exploited by gardeners: by pollarding the tree and ensuring there is vigorous new growth every year, massive leaves are produced (up to 60 cm across). These are popular in the modern style of gardening which uses large-foliaged and “architectural” plants. Royal Empress Tree, Paulownia tomentosa, Seeds Fast Growth, Hardy, Easy to Grow, Fragrant Flowering Tree, Heat Tolerant, Shade Tree, Timber Empress Trees grow in a variety of conditions, from Mexico all the way up into parts of Canada. They grow in almost any soil, needing little water plus they resist pests and disease. With a rapid growth rate, the Empress tree can reach 50 feet in height with an equal spread in an open landscape. Most trees are seen 30 to 40 feet tall and wide. Unlike some fast growing trees that have short life spans, a healthy Empress tree can live for 80 to 100 years. Empress Trees are noted for its profuse bloom of fragrant, tubular, funnel-shaped, pinkish-lavender flowers (to 2″ long) with interior dark purple spotting and creamy yellow striping. Flowers appear in spring in clusters (to 14″ long) before the foliage so they stand out nicely, especially against an evergreen background. Flower aroma is reminiscent of vanilla. Flowers are edible and are sometimes added to salads.

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