The Q&A Archives: PINK TRUMPET TREE availability with multiple trunks

Question: Is the PINK TRUMPET TREE, Tabebuia impetiginosa, available as multi-trunked trees?

Answer: The pink trumpet tree is always trained as a single trunked tree with a single central leader. If you started your own tree from seed or from a cutting, you could train it into a multi-trunked tree by pinching and pruning it back while it is young.

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