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Image of Tecoma stans

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Esperanza , Yellow Trumpetbush)

Image of Tecoma x smithii photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Smith's Tecoma, Smith's Trumpetvine)

Year around hot colored blossoms and desert tough character makes this hybrid a near perfect shrub for low desert conditions. The primary parent species is Tecoma stans, the yellow trumpetbush native to the desert Southwest and northern Mexico. The species and this hybrid prefer well drained arroys and low hills where underground water is present.

Unlike other desert plants, which have silver or blue gray foliage, this shrub bears lush dark green leaves. In mild climates it may bloom...

Image of Tecomaria capensis photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Cape Honeysuckle)

This is a terrific flowering shrub for warm region landscapes. Cape Honeysuckle is an evergreen semi-vining shrub native to the Cape Province of South Africa. It has glossy dark green leaves and offers flushes of bright orange-red tubular flowers all year around.

The attractive dark-green leaves are compound, small and have scalloped edges. All along the exterior of the shrub, many clusters of trumpet-shaped, orange-red flowers are produced. They appear most heavily from late summer to spring...

(Cape Honeysuckle)

This is a terrific flowering shrub for warm region landscapes. Cape Honeysuckle is an evergreen semi-vining shrub native to the Cape Province of South Africa. It has glossy dark green leaves and offers flushes of bright orange-red tubular flowers all year around.

The attractive dark-green leaves are compound, small and have scalloped edges. All along the exterior of the shrub, many clusters of trumpet-shaped, orange-red flowers are produced. They appear most heavily from late summer to spring...

Image of Tecomaria capensis

Grandiflora

(Golden Cape Honeysuckle)

Glossy dark green leaves and year 'round flushes of cheerful, yellow tubular flowers make golden cape honeysuckle a terrific plant for a wide array of garden uses. It is an evergreen vine-like shrub native to the Cape Province of South Africa. It has glossy, dark-green, compound leaves with small, scalloped edges. Tip-clusters of tubular light yellow flowers appear most heavily from late summer to spring but flower continuously in mild tropical regions. Hummingbirds love its flowers, particularly...

Image of Thuja occidentalis

James Burghardt

(American Arborvitae, Eastern Arborvitae, Little Giant Arborvitae, White Cedar)

A little more round than it is a giant, ‘Little Giant’ arborvitae is a compact, spherical, dwarf scaled evergreen shrub originating from eastern North America. This popular cultivar has soft, dense, feathery, dark green foliage covering branches.

Arborvitae performs best in full to part sun and slightly acidic soil with average drainage. In winter it appreciates protection from severe sun and high winds, which can cause leaf scorch. Highly versatile, ‘Little Giant’ is an excellent plant for walkways,...

(Thunbergia)

Bearing heavenly flowers and handsome foliage year round, this small tropical African shrub is an excellent choice for greenhouses and frost-free gardens. Borne most heavily in late spring and summer, but sporadically at other seasons, the violet-blue, yellow-throated, tubular flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Pairs of small, oval, glossy dark green leaves densely line the arching stems.

Grow this cold-tender shrub in full to partial sun and moist, fertile, well-drained soil. It...

Image of Thunbergia battiscombeii photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Scrambling Sky Flower)

Bearing heavenly flowers throughout the growing season, this small clambering evergreen shrub from tropical Africa is an excellent choice for greenhouses, mild-climate gardens, and annual plantings. In the heat of spring and summer, its lax stems are laden with large velvety violet-blue trumpet-shaped flowers. The flowers have a curved neck and a yellow throat. They may continue year round in warm districts. The leathery oval leaves are mid- to dark-green and sometimes toothed. This shrub behaves...

Image of Thunbergia erecta photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Bush Clockvine, King's Mantle)

Bearing heavenly flowers and handsome foliage year round, this small tropical African shrub is an excellent choice for greenhouses and frost-free gardens. Produced most heavily in late spring and summer, but sporadically at other seasons, the violet-blue, yellow-throated, tubular flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Pairs of small, oval, glossy dark green leaves densely line the arching stems. This shrub behaves as a herbaceous perennial in the colder fringes of its hardiness range, dying...

Image of Tibouchina grandifolia photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Large-leaved Princess Flower, Velvet-Leaf Tibouchina)

Prized for its fantastic fuzzy foliage and iridescent violet-blue flowers, large-leaved princess flower is a favorite tropical beauty that can also be grown as a tender perennial in temperate gardens where summers are warm and humid. In its native Brazil, and other tropical climes, it grows as a rounded, evergreen shrub.

The four-angled stems of large-leaved princess flower support many large, quilted leaves of bright green that are covered with dense, light-reflecting hairs. The velvety, oval...