Also known as
yellow bells, yellow elder, ginger-thomas, Yellow trumpet tree, Yellow begonia
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Yellow Trumpetbush Overview
Tecoma stans is a perennial species in the Bignoniaceae family. Originating from tropical and subtropical climates in the Americas, this attractive plant is cultivated as an ornamental for its showy, bright yellow flowers. Blooms are trumpet-shaped, with 5 petals, leading onto flattened seedpods with papery wings. Foliage is divided into leaflets, these are oppositely arranged on stems with one leaflet at the tip. Leaves are oval to lance-shaped and they have sharply serrated margins. This species can cope with periods of drought, growing best in mild climates. The flowers are popular with pollinating insects such as bees and butterflies. They are also popular with hummingbirds.
How to propagate Yellow Trumpetbush
You can propagate from seeds in the spring or cuttings in summer.
Special features of Yellow Trumpetbush
Attracts useful insects
Other uses of Yellow Trumpetbush
Grown for their flowers from spring to autumn.