Pink flowering Tabebuia rosea tree with a parrot perched on a branch
Tabebuia rosea

One of six native Colombian species of the genus Tabebuia. Maybe the most common ornamental street tree in Barranquilla. Cultivated below 6,000 feet. Normally flowers when deciduous in northern Colombia, but can have patches of flowers anytime of the year. Parrots will pluck the flowers and eat the nectar. Photographed in Barranquilla.

The top half of a pink blooming Tabebuia rosea tree under blue sky