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Tecoma garrocha Hieron Red

Tecoma garrocha, Hieron is very rare attractive and fragrant shrub growing 10 feet tall and 6 feet across coming from Argentina.This semi-evergreen shrub has blossoms that are trumpet shaped, 2 inches long and an inch across blossoms or a brilliant redorange color which occur in large clusters of up to 20 flowers each, appearing summer and through the fall. Long bean-like pods, 4 to 8 inches long, each filled with many small winged seeds,are present most any time of the year. Vase-shaped shrub or small tree likes full sun but will tolerate partial shade and is hardy in zones 9-11.
Tecoma garrocha Hieron Red

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Seeds Tecoma garrocha, Hieron is very rare attractive and fragrant shrub growing 10 feet tall and 6 feet across coming from Argentina. This semi evergreen shrub has blossoms that are trumpet shaped, 2 inches long and an inch across blossoms or a brilliant red orange color which occur in large clusters of up to 20 flowers each, appearing summer and through the fall. Long bean like pods, 4 to 8 inches long, each filled with many small winged seeds,are present most any time of the year. Vase shaped shrub or small tree likes full sun but will tolerate partial shade and is hardy in zones 9 to 11.



Tecoma smithii or Orange Bells

Tecoma garrocha, Hieron is very rare attractive and fragrant shrub growing 10 feet tall and 6 feet across coming from Argentina.This semi-evergreen shrub has blossoms that are trumpet shaped, 2 inches long and an inch across blossoms or a brilliant redorange color which occur in large clusters of up to 20 flowers each, appearing summer and through the fall. Long bean-like pods, 4 to 8 inches long, each filled with many small winged seeds,are present most any time of the year. Vase-shaped shrub or small tree likes full sun but will tolerate partial shade and is hardy in zones 9-11.
Tecoma smithii or Orange Bells

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Seeds from Tecoma smithii or Orange Bells. This hybrid evergreen shrub is smaller growing and a more delicate texture than Tecoma stans, it is one of its parents T. smithii will grow 8 to 12 feet tall and wide. The orange tubular flowers, appears from summer through fall, they will fade with age to pale orange yellow. Best if planted in full sun and watered occasionally. They can tolerate light shade and low water conditions. It can also be trained up as a small tree. Tecoma X smithii is very drought tolerant once established. It prefers a periodic drink. It will bloom better in the sunny location but survive better in the shade if no irrigation is provided. Zones 8 to 10.



Tecoma Stans Yellow Bells

Tecoma Stans Yellow Bells Tecoma Stans Yellow Bells

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Seeds Tecoma Stans or better known as Yellow Bells is very attractive and fragrant. The trumpet shaped blossoms are 2 inches long and an inch across and occur in large clusters of up to 50 flowers each, appearing summer and through the fall. Long bean like pods, 4 to 8 inches long, each filled with many small winged seeds, present most any time of the year. This shrub or small tree is capable of reaching 20 feet tall. Hardy in zones 9 to 11



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