Cape Honeysuckle (Tecoma capensis)
Cape Honeysuckle is one of the most versatile plants for any landscape. A scrambling shrub that can be trimmed as medium to large bushes or hedges, are frequently used as vines to cover posts or fences, and also make very nice patio trees in gardens or containers.
Burst of bright orange blooms prolifically in fall through spring. Protect them on the coldest nights to prevent frost burned leaves or damaged new growth.
Plant in well prepared soil with good drainage and water moderately. Fertilize with Moon Dust mid-spring through early fall to keep them looking their best.
Bright orange trumpet shaped flowers
Use as shrub, patio tree or vine
Full to partial sun
Attracts humming birds and butterflies