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Yellow Bauhinia (Bauhinia tomentosa) Yellow Bauhinia (Bauhinia tomentosa) Yellow Bauhinia (Bauhinia tomentosa)
Yellow Bauhinia (Bauhinia tomentosa)
Yellow Bauhinia (Bauhinia tomentosa)
Yellow Bauhinia (Bauhinia tomentosa)

Yellow Bauhinia (Bauhinia tomentosa)

The yellow orchid tree is a tropical brush from the southern part of the African continent and has beautiful, bright yellow flowers. The flowers attract a lot of butterflies and bees and have a black heart. It’s a fast climber that can be kept as a container plant. However, young plants should still be protected, but older plants can withst.. Read more
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The yellow orchid tree is a tropical brush from the southern part of the African continent and has beautiful, bright yellow flowers. The flowers attract a lot of butterflies and bees and have a black heart. It’s a fast climber that can be kept as a container plant. However, young plants should still be protected, but older plants can withstand light frost. Provide a sheltered, sunny spot.

Sowing description: First soak the seeds for 24 hours in water. Sow them in sowing mix at a temperature of 20-25 degC. Keep the soil constantly moist.

Family: Fabaceae
Scientific name: Bauhinia tomentosa
Common name: Yellow Bauhinia
Native to: Southern Africa

Sowing time: Whole year
Difficulty: Intermediate
Minimum temperature: 4 degrees Celsius

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Nico

Het duurt wel even, maar nu, circa 2 jaar na het zaaien, heb ik een plant die de eerste gele bloemen geeft. Heel leuk. Staat in de wintermaanden uiteraard wel binnen. Kieming ging vlot.


Richard adriaaansen

Makkelijk kiemertje... dag of 3 op 25 graden en ze lieten zich al zien...waren zelfs wat meer zaadjes...het lijkt erop dat ze wat langzamer gaan dan de Monandra..