Plant ID forum: ID of this bush is needed

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Name: Ron
Modi'in Israel (Zone 11a)
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sangel
Sep 18, 2018 6:30 AM CST
it is growing near my work, Jerusalem

About 4 feet high






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I want to plant it in my garden as well, therefore I need a name to know how to propagate it
thanks

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Name: Cinda
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Sep 18, 2018 7:16 AM CST
Trumpet vine
Campsis radicans

Around here they grow wild and the hummingbirds love them.
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all else is just existing.
Name: Thijs van Soest
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mcvansoest
Sep 18, 2018 8:08 AM CST
To me this looks like Tecoma stans.

Here is picture of the one in my front yard:
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Not sure if it would grow from a cutting, but the yellow flowered version most definitely makes seed pods. Cannot remember if I have ever seen seed pods on the one with this flower color.
Name: Ron
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sangel
Sep 18, 2018 8:44 AM CST
mcvansoest said:To me this looks like Tecoma stans.

Here is picture of the one in my front yard:
Thumb of 2018-09-18/mcvansoest/917b76

Not sure if it would grow from a cutting, but the yellow flowered version most definitely makes seed pods. Cannot remember if I have ever seen seed pods on the one with this flower color.


it is the same

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mcvansoest
Sep 18, 2018 8:56 AM CST
No, I do not think it is Tecoma radicans - the synonym of Campsis radicans, I think it is Tecoma stans, which is obviously a closely related plant, but a different species and currently not officially recognized as part of Tecoma. Normally Tecoma stans has yellow flowers, but there are a number of cultivars with different colored flowers.
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Danita
Sep 18, 2018 9:21 AM CST
I agree that it is not Campsis radicans, but a type of Tecoma. It's probably one of the interspecific hybrids involving Tecoma stans such as Tecoma x smithii or Tecoma x 'Orange Jubilee'.

Name: Ron
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sangel
Sep 18, 2018 11:07 AM CST
Danita said:I agree that it is not Campsis radicans, but a type of Tecoma. It's probably one of the interspecific hybrids involving Tecoma stans such as Tecoma x smithii or Tecoma x 'Orange Jubilee'.



thank you, This is very fast growing plant, and very resistant to drought , full sunlight, high local temperatures (up to 105 F) and snow (it survived almost a feet of snow for several days several years ago).
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mcvansoest
Sep 18, 2018 11:38 AM CST
Agreed on the high temperature and sun tolerance - easily takes 120F here though with some summer irrigation.

How cold did it get when it snowed? When it gets well below freezing here in my experience they tend to die back, though they will regrow in the spring.


Name: Ron
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sangel
Sep 18, 2018 11:45 AM CST
mcvansoest said:Agreed on the high temperature and sun tolerance - easily takes 120F here though with some summer irrigation.

How cold did it get when it snowed? When it gets well below freezing here in my experience they tend to die back, though they will regrow in the spring.



first of all snow is a very short period, maximum of 3-4 days (usually a day, if at all, last winter was none). Secondly a temperature at night never goes lower that 25 F, and st day it is about water freezing (32-33 F) or a little bit higher.Therefore flowers are dying, some leaves too, but after few weeks it is already growing a new leaves.

It cannot survive here without irrigation, there is no drop of rain in summer for at least 8 month.
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