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Delonix regia - Fullerton, CA. @ Fullerton Arboretum


Delonix regia - Fullerton, CA. @ Fullerton Arboretum (Delonix regia - Royal Poinciana)

This is a picture of one of the D. regia trees at the Fullerton Arboretum that was taken in August 2008. Unfortunately, it was past-peak flowering. Fullerton Arboretum in located in Southern California.



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Hi Delonix1, Welcome, hope you enjoy it here.

9 Sep, 2008

 

The soonest these trees can bloom in Coastal Southern California would be maybe late May or early June (depending how warm the weather is). I've heard in the low deserts of California and Arizona they bloom early, March or April. This is because they can have hot 100 degree F. (38 degree C) temperatures early in spring or anytime of the year.

4 Oct, 2008

 

they bloom by december here, close to christmas

7 Mar, 2009

 

Aleyna:

Yes, that sounds about right...since you're in the Southern Hemisphere. : >)
I bet they are very beautiful!

8 Mar, 2009

 

They are wonderful... some garden have them pending over the fences like a red umbrella!!!
It's an amazing view for december and Xmas season :)

9 Mar, 2009

 

Aleyna:

I bet it's an incredible sight and very Christmasy! With all the red and orange flowers.

10 Mar, 2009



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