Beautiful dense clusters of blooming trees, the Tabebuias are small, evergreen trees with silvery foliage.
The crown is usually asymmetrical with two or three major trunks or branches dominating the crown. The leaves are narrow and elongated, a key feature of the tree. The brilliant display consisted of a multitude of two to three-inch-long, golden yellow, trumpet-shaped blooms borne in terminal flower clusters.
The Pink Trumpet / pink lapacho is a large deciduous tree.
Handroanthus impetiginous is the scientific name of Tabebuia avellanedae. It has a large, globus, but often sparse canopy. The tree has a slow growth rate. The flower is large, tubular-shaped, its corolla is often pink or magenta, though exceptionally seen white, about 2 inches long.