Tecoma capensis

This attractive ornamental shrub produces clusters of brilliant orange trumpet-shaped flowers.
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

Tecoma capensis

Product Details

Tecoma capensis, also called the Cape Honeysuckle, grows 1-3 metres tall and 2-3 metres wide. It blooms in full sunlight to partial shade and prefers a moist, well-drained soil. This evergreen shrub produces brightly coloured, trumpet-shaped flowers that range from orange to dark red in colour. It usually blooms year-round and attracts many butterflies, hummingbirds and bees. This plant can be used for decorative purposes in your garden or trimmed to form a hedge. It also makes an excellent container plant on your patio.

Product Size



Apx. Weight Per Unit

Apx. Count Per Unit

Scientific Name

Tecoma capensis

Product Type


Location 1

St Augustine Nurseries

Location 2


Location 3


Related Products

Rubber Ficus




Sorrel is native to West Africa, but is also found in India where it is locally called Chukai. The young shoots and leaves are eaten either raw or as a cooked vegetable while the swollen calyces of the flowers are used in the preparation of beverages, preserves and jellies. Bast fibre can also be collected from the stem and utilized to make rope, yarn and/or textiles.



Pumpkin is a very versatile as all parts of the plant can be utilized for food. The fruit is used both fresh and processed. It can be baked, steam, boiled and processed into a powder for use in drinks and soups. The leaves and flowers are cooked and eaten and even the seeds are roasted and consumed. Pumpkins constitute a good source of vitamins and minerals including Vitamins A, B and C.