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Synonyms for catalpa

tree of the genus Catalpa with large leaves and white flowers followed by long slender pods

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I did not stay on the west coast long, and the catalpas were one of the many things that I missed about my time in Vancouver, so several years after I had moved back to Winnipeg, I managed to secure some of the ubiquitous catalpa pods with the thought that maybe, just maybe, I could grow a catalpa tree here.
On our 50 by 100-foot lot we have two eastern white cedars (Thuja occidentalis), two white spruce (Picea glauca), two larch (Larix laricina), one bur oak (Quercus macrocarpa), one silver maple (Acer saccharinum), one basswood (Tilia americana), one green ash (Fraxinus pennsylvanica), one mountain ash (Sorbus sp.) and one northern catalpa (Catalpa speciosa).
The leaves of the northern catalpa can grow to be 30 centimetres (12 in.) long and almost as wide.
Grow Catalpa because it is a native, and it can be controlled easily by pruning.
Visit Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston to view Maackia and Golden Catalpa.
While driving down a sandy Kansas back road one Memorial Day, I entered a grove of catalpas and was greeted by thousands of showy, white, tropical-looking flowers.
Catalpas belong to the Bignonia family, which are mostly tropical plants.
There is nothing unusual about that Iowa catalpa, for it belongs to a species that is unappreciated, scorned, or ignored almost everywhere it grows.
catalpa, I saw ash leaves, fist- sized but delicate, blooming from the
A genus of 11 species of deciduous trees, the catalpa is found near riverbanks and in the woodlands of China and North America.
The northern catalpa is the species with the largest flowers.
The northern catalpa's seedpods remain attached to the tree all winter, until the flower clusters bloom in May and June.
The catalpa, also known as Indian bean tree and fish bait tree, should be considered for every country home.
In my childhood the catalpa trees of our neighborhood were visited annually by a moth that laid eggs on the leaves shortly before the tree flowered.
A final meritorious attribute of the catalpa is its decay-resistant wood.