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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.
This is extremely rare variety hard to find in cultivation. The flowers are cream to pale yellow, sometimes with a pink blush. The flowers are long about 4-5" and form clusters of 6-8 in each cluster. They are produced from each node of the stem wood. Non-aggressive vine. Blooms in Fall-Winter, sometimes through early Spring and may bloom again during warmer months.