Color Catapapa Tree

Last fall, I blogged about the cut-off catapult. The effects of this circumcision have improved over the summer.

For many years, the tree had been planted on the western edge of a flower garden. It’s still relatively small, especially now that I’m about 8 feet tall. I plan to maintain that height as a permanent garden focal point. It will be higher in that place, with more and more shades.

Its size and location make it an ideal tree to cultivate.

Pollarding is a method of cutting down certain types of trees to make their natural shape more attractive. Katapapa trees respond well to flowering.

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