This is a fantastic ornamental bush or tree. It has sharply toothed, lance-shaped green leaves and bears large, showy, bright golden yellow trumpet-shaped flowers. It is drought-tolerant and grows well in warm climates. The flowers attract bees and butterflies.
It is an easy care plant, only needing pruning in the winter to give it a good form, at the very least in January or February. It is a green plant, but it does lose its leaves in winter time.

The Tecoma Stans will lose its flower around December, sometimes later, depending on the weather. It is very important where the plant grows. It typically grows on rocky hillsides and can be found in the lower mountain foothills. This plant is frost sensitive, so it prefers warm locations like sunny, south-facing hillsides where the cold winter air drains away at night.

Because it has showy flowers and attractive foliage, this plant is often grown as a garden and landscaping plant. It should be fed fertilizer once a week while weather is warm and watered once or twice a week in summer, but once a fortnight or a month in winter, when she will need only water when the soil is really dry.

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