The Royal Empress Tree (Paulownia Tomentosa)
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A Tree Native to China that has become one of the most popular trees in the US.
World's Fastest Growing Shade Tree that grows up to an Astonishing 15 Feet within the First Year, reaches Heights of Over 25 Feet in 3 years, & at Maturity, can hit 50' in LESS than 5 Years!!!
With the Arrival of Spring, this Tree Displays Beautiful Bell Shaped Deep Lavender Flowers that Bloom in Cascading Clusters that Infuse the air with the scent of Jasmine. After Spring, the leaf's can reach an amazing width of 3 Feet; Which makes this Tree the most Efficient in the world at Air Purification.
And Better yet, in the Winter, the Tree's Branches are covered in Very Beautiful Furry Buds as they wait for the First signs of Spring.
Mature trees protecting older homes normally reduce the energy bills by blocking the sun's heat and offering wind protection. Also referred to as The Royal Princess tree, it produces shade faster than any other tree. Then in the fall, it drops large leaves, letting through warm sunshine when you need it.
The Empress is Easy to Grow with a Very High Germination Rate.
While it is tolerant of most Any Soil Type, the Empress does the best in Well~Drained soils. Drought Tolerant and Hard to Kill. It Prefers Sun or Partial Shade, and one of the "Best Things" is that it's "Pest & Disease Resistant."
Thrives in Most areas of the US, and even certain parts of Mexico & Canada.
Hardy Zone 5-11. Can be Planted Anytime. The Easiest Tree to Grow there is.
The Empress will be an Outstanding Accent to your Landscape Providing the Shade in a FRACTION of the time most trees will take to do so.
And for Bonsai Lovers, it Couldn't get any Better as FAST as this tree Grows and Make's a Beyond Beautiful Bonsai.
Mix equal parts of the seed with potato flakes. The seeds are very small and look similar to the flakes. Adding them to the flakes dilutes them for easier sowing. The potato will also help keep them moist once you have planted them.
Fill a shallow tray with potting soil to a depth of 1 inch and dampen. This tray must have a clear covering so that light can get through. Use a clear polyethylene film stretched over the top if you do not have a fitted cover.
Sprinkle the diluted seeds evenly over the surface of the potato flakes. Do not want to bury the seeds since they need light to germinate.
Water the seeds lightly. The potato flakes will absorb the moisture and keep the seeds damp until they sprout. Cover the container with the lid or film and set in a warm place with plenty of sunshine.
Remove the lid as soon as you see green sprouts appearing. Mist the seedlings lightly and thin them out as they grow larger to provide enough space. Transplant them to a larger container when they are just about an inch high.
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