The Calpurnia aurea is a multi-stemmed shrub or small, graceful tree with a light, open crown. The tree normally grows to a height of 2 – 4 m. Synonyms: Calpurnia lasiogyne E. Mey. Calpurnia subdecandra (L’Hér.) Schweick. Podalyria aurea (Aiton) Willd. Robinia subdecandra L’Hér. Plant Morphology: Growth Form: Large shrub or small tree growing m tall in the open or m in forests. Foliage: Odd-pinnate compound leaves (20 cm.

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Calpurnea aurea

The name aurea means golden Latinsylvatica means growing amongst trees Latin. Recent Blog Comments Hi Clare. Click here to register. This species flowers when still young.

Prick out soon after the first pair of true leaves czlpurnia developed – taking care not to damage the taproot. Notify me when new comments are posted.

Calpurnea aurea seedlings Hi P. Halleria lucida — Tree fuschia — Notsung. Hi – I have 1 growing calpurmia the soil of my veggie garden. Protect young plants from frost. Calpurnia aurea is the most widespread of the genus. Fruit and flowers are often found on the tree at the same time. Suitability of Acacia xanthophloea for dry climates The other species are: Dassies eat the flower buds and young flowers.


Calpurnia aurea – Wild laburnum – Geelkeurboom – Sun Trees

Grow it in sun or semi-shade, although a plant in full sun will produce more flowers. Comments Calpurnea Aurea How do you cultivate this tree? Ummm Hi Carra My apologies for having taken so long to reply to your comment. Ideal for small gardens or even container planting, this stunning little tree is an asset to any garden with its soft foliage and striking flowers.

This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions. I really like the plant. Late summer central Florida it bloomed uarea the pretty yellow flowers, and then in September the green pods emerged.

A multi-stemmed shrub or a small graceful slender evergreen tree 2 – 4 m tall with a light, open crown. Planting in clay soil.

It can also be planted as a specimen plant on its own in the lawn or a rockery. Prune lightly to shape after flowering to keep it bushy, small and to increase flowering. Container Trees, shrubs and ornamental species that can adapt to growing in a restricted aurda.


Will broken stems shoot new roots?

Light or Dappled Shade Found below trees with sparse, open foliage. Half-hardy The plant is able to survive low temperatures and some frost but requires protection against severe frost.

Calpurnia aurea

These pods dry soon, becoming light brownish in colour. Filler Either a fast growing tree or shrub used temporarily to fill in an area aureaa the permanent plants grow to a desired size, or a plant used to fill gaps in borders or beds.

The leaves are compound, up to 20cm long, each having pairs of leaflets and a terminal one. Carissa macrocarpa does not have Calpurnia aurea — Wild laburnum — Geelkeurboom. Moderate The plant is moderately adapted to arid conditions and can survive short periods of drought and high temperatures without extra water. Attracts bees, butterflies or other insects This plant attracts insects which can be food for birds or other creatures in your garden.

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