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Cultivars: Alba (white), Rosea (pale pink). Bushy, twining vine with pinnate, evergreen foliage. Woody stemmed. Fragrant, creamy yellow flowers with red or purple markings in throat. Moderate rate of growth. Found in South Africa and in frost-free parts of Florida. Plant in moist, fertile, well drained soil. Nematodes might become a problem.
Evergreen or deciduous twining vine, rapidly growing to 20 feet tall (6 m). Pink flowers in spring and fall. Little to moderate water, needs good drainage.
Beautiful loose clusters of orange trumpet-like blooms are borne from mid-summer to fall on this upright to spreading woody perennial. Dwarf variety hybrid is very slow growing and has well-branched with compact habit. It thrives in heat and blooms year round. Great for containers. Beautiful loose clusters of orange trumpet-like blooms. Hardy to zone 8B.
Lydia is a product of Tecoma breeding project of George Hull in Phoenix. She is indeed a beautiful everbloomer that can be expected to be in bloom from very early spring until frost.
Compared to other yellow Tecomas, Lydia is a very compact, dwarf shrub, flowers are clear, soft lemon-yellow color with white throat. Unlike traditional varieties, it is a sterile hybrid that doesn't produce messy seeds that most tecomas do.
Tecomas do appreciate a bit of extra fertilizer so monthly during the growing season, a small application will induce more new growth and flowering.
Shrubby tree, known for its many bright, yellow colored flowers borne in large clusters.
Large heads of golden-yellow trumpet flowers over a long period. Its a very attractive small tree or shrub. Spectacular heat-tolerant and highly pest resistant. Wonderful in containers to accent entry and patio, also in mass plantings.
'Orange Bells' (Tecoma x smithii) is a cross of T. arequipensis and : T. stans.
Rare variety of tecomaria with apricot color flowers. This plant stays compact unlike other tecomarias that may become invasive. Usually kept clipped, it is often used as a low hedge. It has attractive, light green foliage and frequent displays of long, tubular flowers that may be apricot or orange at the ends of the stems. Cape Honeysuckle needs very well-drained soil and prefers full sun, but will bloom in filtered light; flowering is best is slightly cooler climates. See Article about Tecomaria.
This is a sprawling plant that, if left unpinned, puts out long stems and becomes almost a vine that needs some kind of support. Usually kept clipped, it is often used as a low hedge. It has attractive, light green foliage and frequent displays of long, tubular yellow flowers at the ends of the stems. Cape Honeysuckle needs very well-drained soil and prefers full sun, but will bloom in filtered light; flowering is best is slightly cooler climates.
See Article about Tecomaria.