Yellow cape honeysuckle
Yellow Cape Honeysuckle (Scientific name: Tecomaria capensis cv. Aurea) is a cultivate of Yellow Cape Honeysuckle ( scientific name: Tecomaria capensis) which is a non-cold-resistant half-vine and shrub of the Department Bignoniaceae , of the family Bignoniaceae. The leaves are odd feather-like compound leaves, and the leaf edge has serrated teeth, which is attached to life. Anniversary in greenhouses, etc. The flower arrangement is stretched out at the tip of the flower stem, and yellowish funnel shaped flowers bloom. The flower tube part bends slightly, and the tip is two ribs. Four stamens protrude from the corolla. From the scientific name, it is also called Tecomaria capensis 'Aurea'. Butterflies such as clawed butterflies (scarlet butterflies, scientific name: Hebomoia glaucippe) come as a source of nectar. "Tecomaria" of the Latin name belongs to "tecomaxochitl" by the indigenous people of Mexico, "capensis" of species species name means "happy" in South Africa, "Tecomaria" of cultivar name means "golden". Flower language is "dedicated love".
Common name: Yellow cape honeysuckle, Scientific name: Tecomaria capensis cv. Aurea, aka: Tecomaria capensis 'Aurea', Golden Yellow Cape Honeysuckle, Aurea Cape Honeysuckle, Origin: Garden products (Origin: South Africa), Living type: semi-cold tolerant semi-vigorous shrubs, tree height: 2 m, leaf shape: odd feathered compound leaf, lobular shape: oval shape, leaf margin: saw tooth presence, leaf order: symmetry, radial symmetry, inflorescence form: general flower arrangement, flower color: yellow, flower diameter: 4 cm, flower shape: funnel shape Fruit shape: fruit type, fruit length: 3 to 5 cm, fruit shape: 3 to 5 cm, fruit shape: 3 to 5 cm, fruit shape: Linear, Remarks: Honey Sauce Plant, Use: Fence, Planting, pergola.