Tecoma Orange Jubilee, Orange Bells, Cape Honeysuckle, Tecoma Alata, Trumpet Vine, Campsis Radicans, Tecoma Capensis
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Tecoma Orange Jubilee
Tecoma Orange Jubilee is a highly prized flowering plant for its long flowering season, Summer to late fall, and its highly ornamental bright pink trumpet shaped flowers held in sprays at branch tips. They grow in plentiful, showy clumps at the end of each branch. The leaves have pointed edges, and their glossy dark green colour contrasts deeply against the bright orange clusters.
The blossoms are bright orange and tubular; they look like elongated bells, which is why some people call them Orange Bells. The flowers attract pollinators like hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees. These shrubs are inexpensive, hardy, fast growers, and relatively drought-resistant.
Tecoma Orange Jubilee is a species of flowering perennial shrub in the trumpet vine family, Bignoniaceae that is native to the Central and South America. Tecoma Stans is the official flower of the United States Virgin Islands and the floral emblem of The Bahamas.
Tecoma is an attractive plant that is cultivated as an ornamental. It has sharply toothed, pinnate green leaves and bears large, showy, bright trumpet-shaped flowers. It is drought-tolerant and grows well in warm climates. The plant produces pods containing orange seeds with papery wings.
Dos and Don’ts after receiving the plant
- Do not re-pot the plant immediately after receiving. We’ve taken care of that with better pot and rich soil.
- Keep the plant in indirect sunlight for 3 to 7 days.
- Always check the soil moisture and keep the plant hydrated all time. Do not over water it.