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Home > Products > Trees > Erythrina coralloides 'Bicolor'

  Erythrina coralloides 'Bicolor'
 

Erythrina coralloides 'Bicolor' in the San Marcos Growers garden
 

This interesting form of the common Naked Coral Tree has white flower clusters, red flower clusters and mixed colored clusters on the same plant from February to June. Quite a stunning site. As with the typical form this deciduous tree from Mexico grows to 20-30 feet and is useful in a sunny dry garden where its scuptural mustard brown trunk and thorny stems crowned with clusters of red flowers can be best appreciated. Hardy to frosts to the mid 20's° F.