What Makes it Unique?
- They are widely known as ornamental plants due to their trumpet-shaped bright-colored flowers.
- Easy-to-grow plant that generally grow from Summer to Fall to the late winter season.
- Generally, the flowers bloom in bright colored clusters of about 2 inches in height.
- They are preferably placed in indoor living rooms and open terrace tops.
How to Care?
- Tecoma red plants usually prefer being in full sunshade. Do not keep them in dull and low-light areas.
- They don’t mind much about some missed watering sessions as they can easily survive medium watering.
- Choose a well-draining soil for them to let the water and other nutrients pass throughout the plant easily.
- Tecoma red plants are not much picky about the type of fertilizer. However, it prefers rich organic fertilizer for the best growth.
- Never re-pot them immediately after the delivery as the plant need some time to regain its natural strength to recover from travel shocks.
- Prune them from time to time to ensure better growth and avoid damage and infection.
- Do not apply too much water to the flowers directly, as it can lead to fungal infections and bacterial growth.
- Keep it in bright sunlight after receiving to let them grow naturally and regain the energy after the product delivery.
- Remove all the damaged and infectious parts from the healthy parts of the plants to avoid an increase in infections.
- Do not apply water until the soil is wet. Make sure that the soil gets dry out before you water Tecoma red plants
- Keeping them in bright light areas is advisable to increase the blooming capacity in the winter season.
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