It is the season of Amapa trees in Culiacán, this is the favorite tree of the culichis, that year after year decorates the streets of the city center with its pink flowers, in the middle of the spring.
This year the social networks are not full of photos of pink Amapa trees since the streets of Centro are closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Tabebuia impetiginosa (amapa morada) Tabebuia impetiginosa is a widespread hardwood tree of the New World tropics, extending from southern Sonora, in northern Mexico, all the way down to Argentina.
In Sinaloa, Amapas grow 15 to 50 feet tall with a straight trunk that is usually unbranched to about half the tree’s height.
Not many pedestrians around to admire the beauty of mother nature
Pink color can be seen in different parts of the city
Source: Reacción Informativa
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