Yellow Bells flowers Pictures

Yellow Bell Flowers

Yellow Bells is one of several desert plants that I recommend for people who want desert plants that are perennial (you need to plant them only once), hardy, low care, relatively drought resistant, easy to find, pretty cheap to buy, and provide lovely color many times during the year.

The botanical name for Yellow Bells is Bignoniaceae, Tecoma stans. It is also called the Yellow Elder or Trumpet Bush. Yellow Bells is an evergreen shrub that loves sun and heat. It can be grown in a container. It blooms from late spring through early fall. They are drought resistant, and do well in almost any soil. The Yellow Bells blooms are bright yellow and tubular; they look like elongated bells. This desert plant attracts hummingbirds and bees. The leaves are a vibrant green color. Yellow Bells plants will get to about 12 feet tall, and several feet wide. They can be grown into a tree. If a Yellow Bells plant get frost damage in the winter, just cut it back and it will grow again in the spring.

Mistymoon please help judge Challenge #1894

2013-05-20 07:47:26 by rytis

In which you were to write of noise with a meaning
below are a selection of the more memorable entries. i'd like to invite mistymoon as guest judge to select one of these (or any of the others if you want to read through them all).
The person you select is then invited to reply back to you with a new topic suggestion or kigo, and will also be invited to be the guest judge for the next Haiku Challenge
Honored Selections:

hummingbird wings
blind blur ringing
bell flowers



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