Monday, April 27, 2015

Sunburst Oranges Asks: Are You Looking For A POP Of Orange Color In Your Desert Landscaping?

Do you want to add a pop of orange color to your desert landscaping? Do you want a very low maintenance plant? Does 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 sound like a great idea for your lawn?.

Then you just may want to consider an Orange Jubilee.

The botanical name for Orange Jubilee is Bignoniaceae, Tecoma hybrid. The Orange Jubilee is an evergreen shrub that loves sun and heat. It blooms from late spring through early fall. These desert plants are drought resistant, and do well in almost any soil. 

The Orange Jubilee blooms are bright orange and tubular; they look like elongated bells, which is why some people call them Orange Bells plants. This desert plant attracts hummingbirds and bees. The leaves are a vibrant green color. Orange Jubilee plants will normally grow to 8 feet tall or more, and several feet wide. 

Orange Jubilees can be trimmed to control size and can be shaped, but most are left natural allowing branches to get longish and weepy. If they get frost damaged in the winter, just cut them back and they will grow again in the spring.

With these plants loose clusters of orange trumpet-like blooms are borne from mid-summer to fall on this upright to spreading woody perennial to large shrub. More freely flowering and larger growing in mild winter climates but still performs well as a die-back summer and fall flowering perennial once they are well-established.

You can see from the photograph why some folks refer to these flowers as Orange Trumpet Flowers. Their graceful shape and bright orange color make them a popular addition to nearly any desert landscape.

You’ll think you were invited to a joyous celebration as you watch this large, fast-growing shrub claim its spot in the garden. With lush green foliage and flashy orange flowers blooming most of the year, it looks like the party is always on. Better yet, it does best if left to grow in spots with full or reflected sun. It lives lightly on the land, only needing small amounts of water to thrive, and remember attracts beautiful hummingbirds.

If you are looking for the perfect wholesome gift for a business associates, family or friends? A quick visit to can solve all of your fresh gift giving adventures. We sell only the finest selections and the freshest citrus you can buy.

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Sunburst Oranges
180 South “E” Street
Porterville, CA  93257

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