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Author 'Randonneur' : Each year in my garden, flowers a catalpa. This tree provides shading with its large leaves and, in June, it is covered with flowers. Inconvenient: when fanees flowers fall... Hello the cleaning of the terrace! But good, this being said, I think that the photo may be a background of screen (with flowers that never wither).

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EXIF : Brand: Sony | Camera: Sony DSC P73
Aperture: f/2.8 | Exposure time: 1/100 s | ISO: 100 | Focal: 6 mm | Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Priorité ouverture (2) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (24) | Date: 15/07/2006 11:24:33
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> Nanomichou >Reply Jul 21, 2010
How to develop the branches??? With the leaves resemble an umbrella is it possible, I try to make the shadow. Thank you.
 > Randonneur >Reply
Jul 22, 2010
Hello Nanomichou. The catalpa tree is really suitable for making a shadow with its branches horizontal development and broad leaves.
> Author Randonneur [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Feb 16, 2010
Marron13 Hello, It is perfectly possible to sow seeds of catalpa (I recovered two young trees that grew in my flower bed, near the big catalpa), but it takes many years to have shade : 13:. On the other hand, there are very few viable seeds in the "beans" (the seeds fall to the ground as soon as the beans open). But with luck and patience ... why not? Yours! Hiker.
> Marron13 >Reply Feb 15, 2010
Bravo for the photo. It is gorgeous and exactly the tree at the bottom of my garden (not a problem for the spent flowers). But I use the seeds to create new catalpa, is this possible?
> Boxer >Reply Dec 27, 2009
Beautiful presentation of the photo, good development and makes you want to plant one.
> Craba >Reply May 17, 2009
This is a very nice photo, however, it would be good to save a tree showing the whole.
> Yéti >Reply Oct 04, 2008
Beautiful tree like mine. They always give a lot of work, after flowering, with falling leaves. never mind. Watch out for horses who love beans, but become 'mad' after having eaten. Friendships: Fabio Geneva.
> Murat des champs >Reply Aug 24, 2008
Very pretty bloom, but not of markers of sizes for the leaves.
> Brina Sa >Reply May 15, 2008
I love his port majestic, and his scent, spicy and velvety.
> Loulou >Reply Sep 14, 2007
Nice photo, I love all that green that looks very relaxing !
> Randonneur [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 14, 2006
Mumchantal, you have seen well : the fruits of the catalpa tree are long 'beans' (up to 50 cm long). Not to be confused with the polonia (same port, same foliage) which gives blue flowers and whose fruits are small bugs.
> Mumchantal [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 25, 2006
It is good to rest in his shadow. This is not the tree that makes very large cloves and that becomes quite high.
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