Catalpa bignonioides Walter
  • Fl. Carol.

Cite taxon page as 'WFO (2021): Catalpa bignonioides Walter. Published on the Internet; Accessed on: 14 Jun 2021'

General Information

"Tree to 15 m, with short trunk and widely spreading branches; lvs barely short-acuminate; infls to 3 dm; cor more conspicuously purple-spotted, the limb 3-4 cm wide; fr more slender, 6-10 mm thick, with a thin flat partition; seed-wings gradually narrowed to the end and with a narrow tuft of short hairs; otherwise as in no. 1 [Catalpa speciosa Warder]; 2n=40. Native of s. U.S., occasionally escaped from cult. in our range."

  • Provided by: [C].New York Botanical Garden
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    Similar to the above species but differing in the subacuminate leaves, many-flowered panicles and the glabrous calyx.

  • Provided by: [B].Flora of Pakistan
    • Source: [
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    Flora of Pakistan. Missouri Botanical Garden. Accessed on Jun. 2020.
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    New York Botanical Garden
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    World Flora Online consortium
    World Flora Online Data. 2018.
    • D CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0).
    International Union for Conservation of Nature
    IUCN 2016. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2016-2
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    Global Tree Search
    BGCI. 2018. GlobalTreeSearch online database. Botanic Gardens Conservation International. Richmond, U.K. Available at Accessed on 30/11/2018.
    • F Botanic Gardens Conservation International
    International Union for Conservation of Nature v.3
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