Botanical Name: Albizzia julibrissin rosea
This deciduous tree has beautiful pink fluffy flowers that are followed by a heavy crop of seed pods. Fast growing.
Plant Information or Specifications
Warm Temperate, Subtropical
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Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions)
Plants required to Pollinate
1 (Self Pollinating)
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Can it Handle Frosts?
Amount of leaves in Winter?
No Leaves (Deciduous)
Question & Answer
Hello, do you happen to have any persian silk tree seedlings that are very small suitable for growing a bonsai?Thanks for your time. From:
Hi Stacey, they would be suitable for training as a bonsia, there is a picture of our tree as they are. #Silktree459 Instructions: How to get a Combined Postage Price 1.Commit to buy all the plants from Fruit Tree Nursery Australia's Ebay Store here: http://stores.ebay.com.au/fruittreenurseryaustralia 2. Hover over My Ebay at the top of any ebay page. Then select Purchase History. 3. On the right hand side of any one of the plants you purchased Click More Actions 4. Select Request total and then follow the prompts 5.Very shortly I will reply with one postage cost for your entire order which you can pay.
Customer Comments on Silk tree
An absolutely beautiful tree after 8 years of growing the past 2 years now 10 yrs old is a sensational tree and no self sowing or suckering | Darren Lyle - Pentland Hills, VIC 03-Apr-2015
A magnificent tree. Lovely every season. Ours is very old. Perhaps 80 years old. Lovely knarled truck. Now a tree to be married under. No suckering. A legume too. | Helen Mann - Gladstone, QLD 21-Sep-2016
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