Yellow Pui | Flower Appreciation

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There are over 1600 parks and gardens under the management of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) across Hong Kong. Featuring green canopies and seasonal blooms all year round, such parks and gardens draw crowds of flower viewers taking pictures during flowering seasons. Among an array of flowering plants, some species are in particular popular with visitors. To facilitate members of the public to appreciate flowers in a timely manner, we will make available on this website the information on those beloved species, including Red Leaves, Purple Tabebuia, Cherry Blossoms, Yellow Pui, Camel's Foot Tree, Rhododendron, Lotus Flower, Queen Crape Myrtle and Hong Kong Orchid Tree.

Yellow Pui

Scientific Name : Tabebuia chrysantha

This deciduous tree in the family Bignoniaceae is native to a wide region spanning Mexico to Venezuela in Central and South Americas, with its height reaching up to 20 metres.  Its golden yellow flowers, resembling wind chimes, flourish in the absence of foliage. In its full bloom, the tree features globes of golden inflorescence hanging near the tips of branches, turning all into a sea of gold yellow.  In Hong Kong, this species usually blooms in March, with a brief flowering period of about one to two weeks.

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