Cordia Sebestena Bright orange: 3.5-4.0 m Ht, 2 m CT, 4-5 cm Dia
Cordia sebestena is widely planted throughout the tropics as an ornamental plant in gardens for its showy dark orange flowers in spring and summer. It is a slow-growing plant and sheds enough leaves and fruit to require some upkeep. The wood is rather light in density, but branches are not prone to breakage.
Planting & Care
Sunlight: Full sun required
Soil: Will grow on loamy soil
Water: Water once a week
Fertilizer: Apply a general, well-balanced fertilizer annually
Temperature: Best in 20 to 40 degrees C
Pruning: The tree should be pruned in its youth to establish a structure, as it is prone to low branching.