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Bauhinia acuminata | Dwarf | White & Snowy Orchid Tree


Bauhinia acuminata Dwarf White Snowy Orchid Tree 1

Bauhinia acuminata Dwarf White Snowy Orchid Tree 2

Bauhinia acuminata Dwarf White Snowy Orchid Tree 3

Bauhinia acuminata Dwarf White Snowy Orchid Tree 4

Bauhinia acuminata Dwarf White Snowy Orchid Tree 5
Bauhinia acuminata | Dwarf | White & Snowy Orchid Tree

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These seeds were collected from Bauhinia acuminata, also known as dwarf white bauhinia, white orchid-tree, and snowy orchid-tree. This ornamental tree is breath taking with gorgeous white flowers and grows to about 10 feet tall. Some people describe the flowers as looking like orchids and others think that the blossoms resemble butterflies. Bauhinia in general are larval host plants for the Gold-spotted Aguna, and Gilberts Flasher butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 8b to 12.




Bauhinia monandra | Pink Bauhinia | Orchid Tree | Napoleons Plume


Bauhinia monandra Pink Bauhinia Orchid Tree Napoleons Plume 1

Bauhinia monandra Pink Bauhinia Orchid Tree Napoleons Plume 2

Bauhinia monandra Pink Bauhinia Orchid Tree Napoleons Plume 3

Bauhinia monandra Pink Bauhinia Orchid Tree Napoleons Plume 4

Bauhinia monandra Pink Bauhinia Orchid Tree Napoleons Plume 5
Bauhinia monandra | Pink Bauhinia | Orchid Tree | Napoleons Plume

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This is Bauhinia monandra, also known as pink bauhinia, orchid tree, and Napoleons plume. This is a larval host plant for the Gold-spotted Aguna butterfly. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11








Bauhinia purpurea | Butterfly Orchid Tree | Camels Foot


Bauhinia purpurea Butterfly Orchid Tree Camels Foot 1

Bauhinia purpurea Butterfly Orchid Tree Camels Foot 2

Bauhinia purpurea Butterfly Orchid Tree Camels Foot 3

Bauhinia purpurea Butterfly Orchid Tree Camels Foot 4

Bauhinia purpurea Butterfly Orchid Tree Camels Foot 5
Bauhinia purpurea | Butterfly Orchid Tree | Camels Foot

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Here I am offering seeds from Bauhinia purpurea, also known as Hong Kong orchid tree, Orchid Tree, Purple Butterfly Tree, Mountain Ebony, Geranium Tree, Purple Bauhinia, camels foot, butterfly tree, and Hawaiian orchid tree. The beautiful purple, pink, white, magenta, lavender, red, or blue blossoms are out in all their glory from the middle of the Fall until the middle of Winter. This tree spreads its seeds by shooting them away from itself, and it may hold the record for best seed-thrower with record shots up to 50 feet from the tree which it was shot from. This tree has fragrant pink flowers and grows about 30 feet high in sun of partial shade. The leaves, flower buds, flowers, and young seedpods are cooked and eaten as vegetable. The flower buds can also be pickled and used in curries. The fine wood is hard and durable and is used in carpentry and fuel. Orchid tree is also cultivated as an ornamental tree. This is a larval host plant for the Gold-spotted Aguna butterfly. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 12








Bauhinia tomentosa | St Thomas & Bell Orchid & Yellow Butterfly Tree


Bauhinia tomentosa St Thomas Bell Orchid Yellow Butterfly Tree 1

Bauhinia tomentosa St Thomas Bell Orchid Yellow Butterfly Tree 2

Bauhinia tomentosa St Thomas Bell Orchid Yellow Butterfly Tree 3

Bauhinia tomentosa St Thomas Bell Orchid Yellow Butterfly Tree 4

Bauhinia tomentosa St Thomas Bell Orchid Yellow Butterfly Tree 5
Bauhinia tomentosa | St Thomas & Bell Orchid & Yellow Butterfly Tree

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These seeds were collected from Bauhinia tomentosa, also known as St. Thomas Tree, Yellow Bauhinia, Yellow Bell Orchid Tree, and Yellow Butterfly Tree. These trees live to live in sun to partial shade where they grow to about 15 feet high. The bright yellow blossoms are out from the middle of the summer until early fall. The botanist Linnaeus name the genus Bauhinia after two swiss scientists by the names of Gaspard and Johann Bauhin. Bauhinia in general are larval host plants for the Gold-spotted Aguna, and Gilberts Flasher butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11.




Bauhinia variegata | Kachnar | Mountain ebony


Bauhinia variegata Kachnar Mountain ebony 1

Bauhinia variegata Kachnar Mountain ebony 2

Bauhinia variegata Kachnar Mountain ebony 3

Bauhinia variegata Kachnar Mountain ebony 4

Bauhinia variegata Kachnar Mountain ebony 5
Bauhinia variegata | Kachnar | Mountain ebony

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This is Bauhinia variegata, also known as orchid tree, camels foot tree, kachnar, and mountain-ebony. Growing to about 40 feet tall, this tree has some of the most beautiful pink, purple, and white blossoms known to mankind. These blossoms are on display from late Summer until early Fall. These highly fragrant flowers are sometimes used as a flavoring in south Asian, Pakistani, and Indian cuisine. This is an excellent tree for attracting several different types of hummingbirds as well as bees and butterflies. In colder climates this tree is grown indoors. The flowers, young shoots, and roots can be pickled or boiled and eaten as a vegetable. This is a larval host plant for the Gold-spotted Aguna butterfly. The wood from this tree is widely used in construction and as an ornamental tree. The bark is a good source of tannins and can be used to make dye. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11.