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You know it’s springtime when the tabebuia trees are in bloom. The beautiful bright yellow blooms are bursting out all along the Ringling Causeway and St. Armands Circle. You can see them on trees, and the shedding blooms turn yards and parking lots into a yellow carpet.

Tabebuia argentea is the tabebuia tree most often grown in the Sunshine State. Its common names include: Silver Tabebuia, Silver Trumpet Tree and Tree of Gold because of the silver cast of its mature bark and its stunning yellow blossoms.

Source: Botanical Journeys

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