Paulownia tomentosa 20 seeds

2,50

Paulownia tomentosa 20 seeds

2,50

The flowers are produced before the leaves in early spring, on panicles 10–30 cm long, with a diameter of purple corolla 4–6 cm long resembling a foxglove flower. The fruit is a dry ovoid capsule 3–4 cm long, with numerous small seeds. The seeds are winged and spread by wind and water. Truncated trees do not produce flowers because these only form mature wood.
Paulownia tomentosa can survive wildfire because the roots can regenerate new, very fast-growing stems. It is tolerant of pollution and it is not picky about soil type. For this reason, it functions ecologically as a pioneer plant. The nitrogen-rich leaves provide good forage and its roots prevent soil erosion. Eventually Paulownia is succeeded by taller trees that shade it. It cannot thrive in the shade of other trees.
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The flowers are produced before the leaves in early spring, on panicles 10–30 cm long, with a diameter of purple corolla 4–6 cm long resembling a foxglove flower. The fruit is a dry ovoid capsule 3–4 cm long, with numerous small seeds. The seeds are winged and spread by wind and water. Truncated trees do not produce flowers because these only form mature wood.
Paulownia tomentosa can survive wildfire because the roots can regenerate new, very fast-growing stems. It is tolerant of pollution and it is not picky about soil type. For this reason, it functions ecologically as a pioneer plant. The nitrogen-rich leaves provide good forage and its roots prevent soil erosion. Eventually Paulownia is succeeded by taller trees that shade it. It cannot thrive in the shade of other trees.
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Additional information

Weight 0,0100 kg
USDA zone

Zone 10: -1.1 to + 4.4 degrees

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