Paulownia elongata 20 seeds
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 egg-shaped capsule 3-4 cm long, with numerous small seeds . The seeds are winged and disperse by wind and water. Pruned trees do not produce flowers because they produce only the form mature wood.
Paulownia tomentosa can survive wildfire because its 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. Its 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
Paulownia elongata is hardy
Sow first in sand warm put away a few times stirring if the seeds then begin to germinate then sow out in the ground.