Also known as
Orange browallia, Firebush
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Marmalade bush Overview
This is a fast-growing, evergreen shrub which is tall and slender stemmed. It can be scandent unless pruned annually. It has wrinkly ovate to elliptical ovate dark green leaves about 4cms long. It flowers from late spring to late summer, producing yellow or orange-yellow blooms about 3cms across, with twisted tubes and spreading petal lobes in terminal corymbs about 15cms across.
How to propagate Marmalade bush
You can propagate from cuttings in the summer.
Other uses of Marmalade bush
Grown for its flowers.