Bengaluru wears pink again | In Pics
Bengaluru is donning a pink look this March, with pink trumpets in full bloom, and netizens are in love with it.
Bengaluru city donned a pink look this month as several pink trumpet trees bloomed beautiful flowers. Netizens were in awe of the blush pink blooms and multiple pictures were shared online.
Pink trumpets, also called Tabebuia rosea, or pink poui, are a type of neotropical tree, which originally come from southern Mexico. These trees usually flower in January and February in dry weather. The trees are however known to flower in August, September, April and May as well.
“Beautiful Bengaluru. Bengaluru has the most Tabebuia Rosea trees in the country as I know,” a Twitter user, Ravi Keerthi Gowda, said, sharing multiple pictures.
"Happy Ugadi. Ugadi is here," Bengaluru Chitragalu, a page, said, sharing a picture with trumpet trees lining a street in Bengaluru.
Another social media user a picture of pink trumpets growing in clusters.
“Bangalore today , colours are splashing all over the streets. Cherry blossom,” a twitter user wrote, sharing delightful pictures.
Another Twitter user shared pictures of the pink flowers in contrast with the blue sky.
“Spring and sunset :) The best Date !” a social media user wrote.
Another Twitterati shared various pictures of the pink flowers and wrote, "Where flower blooms so does hope !! Bengaluru streets have turned in hues of pink colour. #bangalorerains #Bengaluru
A Bengaluru resident from Kanakpura main road shared a picture of the flowers making a pink carpet on the street.
The much loved pink flowers are also often confused with cherry blossoms that have their origin in Japan.