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Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia tomentosa
 Paulownia sp.
Family: Paulowniaceae   (Formerly:Scrophulariaceae)
Princess Tree, Empress Tree
Origin: China
Big tree > 20 ftFull sunModerate waterPink flowersBlue/lavender/purple flowersDeciduousAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

In real terms, the Paulownia Tree is really the tree of the future, mainly because of its unique growth rate. In the summer months, given good growing conditions, the plant can reach up to 20 feet high and sometimes higher, depending on the Paulownia Tree species used. The wood is easy to work with and suitable for the manufacture of furniture, plywood, moldings, doors and many other uses. The flowers are colorful and beautiful in spring and the trees are green and shady in summer. Paulownia Trees are drought resistant once established. Their roots tend to go deep into the ground in search of water, rather than on the surface. This makes planting around the tree easy and makes it friendlier to nearby walkways or fixtures. Paulownias can adapt to a wide range of temperatures. Resists temperature extremes from -10F to 110F.

Paulownia is currently included in the family Scrophulariaceae, but has been included by some experts in the genus Bignoniaceae.


 Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia tomentosa

Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia tomentosa
Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia tomentosa
Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia tomentosa
Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia kawakamii
Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia tomentosa
Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia tomentosa
Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia fortunei
Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia tomentosa
Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia Nursery
Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Paulownia sp., Princess Tree, Empress Tree

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Princess Tree, Empress Tree. The Chinese have been planting Paulownia trees for many centuries around their dwellings in order to bring good luck and to attract the Phoenix. In the summer months, given good growing conditions, the plant can reach up to 20 feet high and sometimes higher, depending on the Paulownia Tree species used. In real terms, the Paulownia Tree is really the tree of the future, mainly because of its unique growth rate.
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Paulownia imperialis - seeds

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Princess Tree, Empress Tree. The Chinese have been planting Paulownia trees for many centuries around their dwellings in order to bring good luck and to attract the Phoenix. In the summer months, given good growing conditions, the plant can reach up to 20 feet high and sometimes higher, depending on the Paulownia Tree species used. In real terms, the Paulownia Tree is really the tree of the future, mainly because of its unique growth rate.
Carefully broadcast the small seeds on to the surface of soil. Keep warm, damp and filtered light,after germination gradually increase to full sun.
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Paulownia tomentosa - seeds

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Princess Tree, Empress Tree. The Chinese have been planting Paulownia trees for many centuries around their dwellings in order to bring good luck and to attract the Phoenix. In the summer months, given good growing conditions, the plant can reach up to 20 feet high and sometimes higher, depending on the Paulownia Tree species used. In real terms, the Paulownia Tree is really the tree of the future, mainly because of its unique growth rate.
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Per pack: 12 seeds

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