|Author: ||Noel Yvri Sandwith, 1948
umbellata, Otto Wilhelm Sonder, 1848.
umbellatus, Joćo Rodrigues de Mattos, 1970.
Handroanthus eximius, Joćo Rodrigues de Mattos, 1970.
Tabebuia umbellata var. lanceolata, Toledo
Tecoma umbellata var. lanceolata, Bureau &
This member of the Bignoniaceae family was given this name by Noel Yvri Sandwith in
1948. It is found
in Brazil, growing in a well drained soil with
some water and lots of sun. The stem can grow to ten
centimetres in diameter, the entire plant to ten metres in
flowers are bright yellow.
The genera name from the
native Brazilian name tabebuia or taiaveruia. The
species name means 'in umbels' an inflorescence that consists of a
number of short flower stalks.
It seems like it turn real
slender by age.