The Q&A Archives: Do Tabebuia impetiginosa lose their leaves?

Question: I have a new Tabebuia impetiginosa, planted last October. Leaves are becoming dry and falling - Is this normal?

Answer: Tabebuia impetiginosa is briefly deciduous, meaning that they will lose their leaves, but generally not all at once and the tree is generally not completely bare. What you describe sounds normal for your growing region. You should see signs of new leaves and flowers a little later this spring. Enjoy!

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