Cordia sebestena (siricote or kopté)

Cordia sebestena - It grows to a maximum height of 25–30 feet at maturity, with a nearly equal spread. The crown is round to vase-shaped. Branches tend to be somewhat drooping, and the tree is naturally multitrunked. When only a single trunk is allowed to develop, it can attain a diameter of 12 inches.  The dense, evergreen foliage consists of dark green, ovate leaves, seven inches long, with wavy margins.  Flowers are produced in clusters at branch ends throughout the year, particularly in the spring and summer. They are dark orange in color. Pear-shaped fruits follow the flowers. Family: Boraginaceae

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Cordia sebestena (siricote or kopté)

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