Tecoma ‘TEC60109106’ PP24169
Until recently, tecomas grew huge, bloomed only in spring and fall, and covered with unattractive seed pods. New breeding has produced Lydia; unlike traditional varieties, Lydia stays more compact and blooms bright yellow flowers from early spring until frost — with less seed pods.
|Size:||6′ H x 5′ W|
|Hardiness:||USDA zones 8-11|
|Soil:||Tolerates most native soils|