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Maureen Gilmer

(Esperanza , Yellow Trumpetbush)

The delicate beauty of this lemon yellow flowered shrub belies its cast iron constitution. A free-flowering cultivar of a large shrub or small tree found from southern North America to southern South America, Gold Star trumpetbush ('Lonesp') can stand up to the worst heat of the low deserts and the humidity of the tropics. Its only limitation is sensitivity to freezing cold.

In mild climates 'Lonesp' may bloom nearly all year with large clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers. Unlike many forms...

Image of Tecoma stans

Maureen Gilmer

(Esperanza , Yellow Trumpetbush)

The delicate flowers of this large, often sprawling shrub belie its cast iron constitution. A free-flowering cultivar of a species found from southern North America to southern South America, 'Orange Jubilee' can stand up to the worst heat of the low deserts and the humidity of the tropics. Its only limitation is sensitivity to severe cold.

In mild climates 'Orange Jubilee' may bloom nearly all year with generous clusters of large trumpet-shaped blooms with folded back tips. The flowers have...

(Esperanza , Yellow Trumpetbush)

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Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Esperanza , Yellow Trumpetbush)

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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...

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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 Tectona grandis photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(East Indian Oak, Teak)

One of the most prized tropical, decay-resistant lumbers, aromatic teak wood is yellow to olive-green when first cut, but curing to a golden brown. Native to lowland, equatorial forests of Southeast Asia, teak develops into a tall, upright tree with an oval habit. The soft bark is deeply grooved and grayish tan, peeling off in strips.

Teak leaves are very large, broad ovals of a rich medium green. One leaf blade may be as long as an arm. They feel like felt or sandpaper, especially on their...

Image of Telosma cordata photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Chinese-violet, Fragrant Telosma, Pakalana, Tonkin Creeper)

Heart-shaped leaves already make the pakalana vine attractive, but during the warmth of spring and summer the yellowish flowers emit an intoxicating fragrance that is no less than wonderful. A twining evergreen cold-tender vine, it is native to India, southern China and Burma.

The green leaves are nicely heart-shaped and occur all along the slightly fuzzy, climbing stems of sandy brown. From late spring to the autumn, clusters of flowers and hang from the stems all along the vine. Each blossom...