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Image of Theobroma cacao photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Cacao, Chocolate, Cocoa)

Divine in name, foliage beauty and in the delicious flavor of its seeds, the chocolate tree or cacao is a tropical understory tree met with smiles and curious eyes wherever it is encountered. A small tree with irregular crown that becomes umbrella-like at maturity, this broadleaf evergreen tree is native to Mexico and Central America. The botanical name Theobroma translates into "food of the gods", and was first cultivated, revered and used by the Aztec and Mayan peoples.

Young leaves...

Image of Thevetia peruviana photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Lucky Nut, Yellow Oleander)

The willow-like, glossy green leaves and fragrant peachy yellow flowers of this tropical American native provide year-round ornament in mild climates. A small tree in the wild, it grows as a dense shrub in frosty climates or when pruned heavily. The large trumpet-shaped flowers are most prolific from spring to fall, but continue through winter if temperatures remain mild. Borne at the stem tips, they range in color from yellow to warm peach. The blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Rounded...

Image of Thrinax morrisii photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Brittle Thatch Palm, Key Thatch Palm, Peaberry Palm)

A small, slow-growing palm with a slender trunk and a mophead crown of bold, colorful leaves, Thrinax morrisii is native to the Florida Keys and several Caribbean islands. It occurs in deciduous forests and in coastal scrub, often on alkaline soil.

The fan-shaped, umbrella-sized, evergreen fronds are deeply divided into 33 or more blade-like segments, which radiate like the spokes of a parasol. The fronds are green to blue-green above with paler undersides that are often a gleaming...

Image of Thrinax radiata photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Caribbean Thatch Palm, Florida Thatch Palm)

The tough, relatively fast-growing Florida thatch palm has a slender trunk topped with a mophead cluster of deep green, fan-shaped fronds. It also boasts attractive ivory flower clusters and white, berry-like fruits. This typically solitary palm is native to southern Florida, the Caribbean islands and the coastal areas of Belize and the Mexican Yucatan where it is found in coastal forests.

The fronds are supported by slender petioles (stems) and collectively can form a dense, rounded canopy....

(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 alata photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Black-Eyed Susan Vine)

Black-eyed susan vine is a tropical perennial vine, which is often grown as a tender perennial in temperate climates. This fast-growing African native has distinctly fuzzy, arrowhead-shaped, medium green leaves with winged stems. It is everblooming and produces many tubular flowers in shades of yellow, orange, apricot or white with nearly black centers.

Plant this vine in a site with full to part sun and well-drained soil. Partial sun is preferred where summers are hot. Black-eyed susan vine...

Image of Thunbergia alata

Maureen Gilmer

(Black-Eyed Susan Vine)

Black-eyed Susan vine is a fast-growing tropical perennial twiner often grown as a tender perennial in temperate climates. The cultivar 'African Sunset' bears tubular maroon-eyed flowers in a range of colors including ivory, pink, salmon, and rose. It continues to produce them as long as mild weather persists. Its winged stems have distinctly fuzzy, arrowhead-shaped, medium green leaves.

Give this vine fertile well drained soil in full to part sun. Sow the seed under cover in early spring and...

(Black-Eyed Susan Vine, Raspberry Smoothie Black-Eyed Susan Vine)

Black-eyed Susan vine is a fast-growing tropical perennial twiner often grown as a tender perennial in temperate climates. The cultivar 'Raspberry Smoothie' bears tubular lavender-pink flowers with deep burgundy-purple eyes. It continues to produce them as long as mild weather persists. Its winged stems have distinctly fuzzy, arrowhead-shaped, medium green leaves.

Give this vine fertile well drained soil in full to part sun. It is available only as cutting-grown plants, which should be placed...

Image of Thunbergia alata

Jessie Keith

(Black-Eyed Susan Vine)

Black-eyed susan vine is a tropical perennial vine, which is often grown as a tender perennial in temperate climates. This fast-growing African native has distinctly fuzzy, arrowhead-shaped, medium green leaves with winged stems. It is everblooming and produces many tubular flowers in shades of yellow, orange, apricot or white with nearly black centers.

Plant this vine in a site with full to part sun and well-drained soil. Partial sun is preferred where summers are hot. Black-eyed susan vine...

Image of Thunbergia alata (LEMON STAR™ SUNNY™ SERIES) photo by: Holly Chichester

Holly Chichester

(Black-Eyed Susan Vine, Lemon Star Black-Eyed Susan Vine)

Lemon Star black-eyed Susan vine is a tropical perennial vine that is grown as a tender perennial in temperate climates. This fast-growing African native has distinctly arrowhead-shaped, medium green leaves with winged stems. It is everblooming and produces many tubular flowers of lemon yellow with nearly black centers.

Plant this vine in a site with full to part sun and well-drained soil. Partial sun is preferred where summers are hot. Black-eyed susan vine may be invasive in tropical regions....