Purple Glory Tree Known As Tibouchina Granulosa Resting Calmly

Purple Glory Tree Known As Tibouchina Granulosa Resting Calmly
Floss palette DMC 6-strand embroidery floss
Fabric cell size Aida 14
Width 23.72cm (9.34in)
Height 16.92cm (6.66in)
Number of colors 80
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The purple glory tree, scientifically referred to as Tibouchina Granulosa, is a tropical flower tree that has glossy and dark green leaves with stunning deep purple flowers. The tree ranges from 10 to 15 feet, which depends on various factors, and it can be trimmed to any desired size while keeping displaying its characteristic violet flowers. From May to June happens the massive blossoming of this tree, where hundreds of buds become stunning dark violet flowers with touches of pink and other variants of color.

Purple glory trees can be planted on almost any soil but grow optimally in well-drained sites. Furthermore, this type of tree is generally used as a garden decoration or accent plant, to give a specific space a pop of color and attract every sight. They can be found all around the world and some countries invest a considerable amount of money to put them in nearby parks.

Cross-stitching pattern for summer flowers. The photo provided by Timofey Bugaevsky.

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