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Brachychiton discolor - Lacebark Tree Flowers

Brachychiton discolor - Lacebark Tree Flowers (Brachychiton discolor - Lacebark Tree Flowers)

Many of the Bachychiton species are in full bloom now. Photo taken at Quail Botanical Gardens (San Diego County) on Sept. 4, 2012.

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Lovely :o)

4 Oct, 2012


Pretty. I do not see any leaves Delonix1.

4 Oct, 2012



Thanks! :>)

4 Oct, 2012



Thanks. Brachychiton species tend to loose most of their leaves just before they bloom.

4 Oct, 2012


So, it is winter flowering tree, right? And does it have a nice characteristics of the trunk? It is called lace-bark tree.

5 Oct, 2012


Some bloom in winter. Brachychiton is very interesting. Many species can bloom almost any time of the year. They're strange trees.

Here's some of my Brachychiton pics I think you'll enjoy.

5 Oct, 2012


They look also attractive when they are in full leaf.

6 Oct, 2012


Yes, they're very popular attractive trees. They're widely used as street trees here in San Diego.

6 Oct, 2012

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