The tabebuias flower in the spring.
D.C. has its cherry blossoms; the tabs are South Florida's response.
I grew three yellow tabs (Tabebuia caraiba) from seed. They did well, putting on a respectable show, but now, thanks to one tropical storm or another, only one remains. You can see it in front of the pink tab (T. heptaphylla).
The pink tabs are glorious this year, which may be because it was a cold (relatively) and very dry winter.
This one only put on her best display once since we've lived here - 14 years, I think. She was stunning. A few months later, she was also felled by a hurricane. A live oak now grows in her place, nourished by Maggie, our much loved chocolate lab, who is buried beneath it.
Nothing in a garden is static, which is its joy and its sadness.