Tecoma capensis, commonly known as Cape Honeysuckle, is a scrambling shrub which is native to Africa. It grows to about 2 to 3 metres in height and a similar width. Flowers colour ranges vary from red, orange, deep orange, yellow to salmon, grouped in terminal clusters that are 4–6 in (10–15 cm) long.
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I love the fragrance of honeysuckle but its so invasive.
Once it got started in my garden it took over everything.
Nice shots too.
Love the color.
Thanks for sharing.
A Trembling Flower And You
And I have one in my garden!!
I love this plant.
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That's a beau-T!
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pretty, though I'd never heard the TERM before.
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Tecoma is not a plant that we come across here - it looks most attractive :)
They are so beautiful!
I have this plant too, and am constantly struggling with it:(
The flower looks beautiful, but I am not a specialist in flower's names ;) !
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