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Tecoma capensis orange

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Light

Yellow bells thrive in full sun but can be grown in partially shaded areas. However, yellow bells grown in partial shade will not grow as tall or as lush as those that receive 6 hours of sunlight or more each day.

Soil

Yellow bells are tolerant of many soil conditions, but they do best in rich, slightly moist, well-draining soil. Adding a healthy amount of compost to the soil is an efficient way to ensure adequate draining while providing important nutrients.

Temperature and Humidity

Yellow bells are naturally found in warm climates, such as the Sonoran Desert. They are both heat and cold tolerant but will go dormant in temperatures below freezing. This robust shrub can withstand both droughts and humid climates.

Fertilizer

In most cases, these plants don’t require additional fertilizer. However, if you notice the plant is slow to grow or bloom, add a well-balanced fertilizer once during the growing season.

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Description

Buy Tecoma stans Plant online from Santhi online plants nursery website.

It is called a yellow elder.

Tecoma stans is a species of flowering perennial shrub in the trumpet vine family, Bignoniaceae, that is native to the Americas. Common names include yellow trumpetbush, yellow bells, yellow elder, and ginger-Thomas.

These plants may have a showy appearance, but they’re not high-maintenance. In fact, yellow bellow shrubs are tolerant of drought, heat, and cold.

The plant’s fast growth and thin branches make them susceptible to wind damage, so try to place them in an area where it will be sheltered from high winds. Yellow bells are not often bothered by diseases or pests, though the scale may affect this shrub. Small animals enjoy snacking on the seeds while larger animals, such as deer, have been known to raze the foliage.

1 review for Tecoma capensis orange

  1. Lalitha

    Same size plant received as it is in picture

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