Pterocarpus indicus ‘Pendula’ is a tree, cultivated for its smaller stature and more pendulous branches compared to Pterocarpus indicus.
The flowers are bright yellow, fragrant.
[ Flowers ] :
Flowers occurs in a branched cluster (panicle) or a raceme. The flowers are bright yellow, pea-shaped and reportedly fragrant.
[ Foliage ] :
Leaves are odd-pinnate (imparipinnate) and in alternate arrangement.
Leaflets are glossy and broadly ovate to elliptic shaped.
Plant growth form : Tree ( Medium 16-30m )
Plant shape : Weeping / Pendulous
Maximum plant spread / Crown width : 12m
Preferred climate zone : tropical
Light preference : Full sun
Water preference : Moderate water
Plant growth rate : Moderate
Maintenance requirements : Moderate