I saw those too! Thought they were lovely, wish I had space for one. I would guess that they will probably be about the same as an orange jubilee, mine are full sun and are actually bigger than 8 ft. However, you can prune and shape them very easily to fit in a certain space.
They are actually tecoma stans with different varieties. The yellow ones are called yellow bells, tecoma stans var. angustata. The orange ones are called orange jubilee, tecoma hybrid orange jubilee
(I think I got these right...)
A very popular shrub here in the hot desert southwest that is easy to grow, can withstand the heat, have beaufitul flowers that the hummingbirds and orioles love.
It's your fault. I had to run over to Home Depot after water aerobics to look at the plant. I couldn't find it but the manager was kind enough to point it out to me. That darn plant hopped right in my cart!
I can't wait till next summer to see what it looks like. I'm thinking were I can put one in the front yard for my hummers.
The plants at my HD were a very nice size.
They had a bunch of plumeria tht were new too.
There were flats and flats of them at my HD. All nice and one had a rather nifty jumping ability. It came home with me. One of the guys unloading there told me that they were a new patent. Hooray for the grower. I have just the place to grow up in.
Good Gardening all,
I am actually the breeder of Tecoma x Bells of Fire tm. It has nothing at all to do with Tecoma alata 'Orange Jubilee' as it has no alata in its breeding. One correction as well, Tecoma stans Sundance is actually and correctly Tecoma stans 'Gold Star'. There are about 14 species of Tecomas nearly all from the New World and there will be some pretty amazing new selections appearing in the market. Just this week we released a new yellow Tecoma with a compact habit, light green foliage, and a bright light yellow flower with a white center to be called Lydia tm. I dont check on here very often but if you do have comments or questions about the Tecomas, you may email me at Desertplanter@yahoo.com
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