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Tecoma Vine (Honeysuckle) - Plant

Tecoma Vine (Honeysuckle) - Plant

Regular price Rs. 399.00
Regular price Rs. 550.00 Sale price Rs. 399.00
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12-18 inches tall plant


Live Plant along with a Plastic Pot.
4"inch (Small size) pot: Plant height: - 8"-12"inches
6"inch (Medium size) pot: Plant height: - 12"-18"inches

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Tecoma Vine (Honeysuckle) - Plant

Honeysuckle plants are popular flowering vines that belong to the Caprifoliaceae family. They are native to Europe, Asia, and North America and are cultivated in many other parts of the world for their attractive flowers and sweet fragrance.

These plants typically have tubular-shaped flowers that range in color from white to yellow, pink, red, and orange. The flowers produce sweet nectar that attracts hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies. The leaves are opposite and simple, and some species have a semi-evergreen habit.

Honeysuckle plants are versatile and can be grown as vines, shrubs, or groundcovers. They are relatively easy to grow and prefer well-drained soil, full sun to partial shade, and regular watering. They are also tolerant of a wide range of soil types and can grow in both acidic and alkaline soils.

In traditional medicine, honeysuckle plants have been used to treat various ailments such as sore throats, colds, and fever. The flowers and leaves contain antiviral and anti-inflammatory compounds that have been found to have therapeutic effects.

However, it's important to note that some species of honeysuckle plants can be invasive and aggressive, crowding out other native plant species. Therefore, it's essential to research and choose the right species before planting them in your garden or landscape.

  1. Sunlight: Tecoma vines thrive in full sun. Ensure they receive at least 6-8 hours of direct sunlight daily.
  2. Watering: Water regularly during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system. Once established, Tecoma vines are drought-tolerant but benefit from occasional deep watering, especially during prolonged dry spells.
  3. Fertilization: Feed the plant with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer in spring. Too much fertilizer, especially high in nitrogen, can result in more foliage than flowers.
  4. Pruning: Prune in late winter or early spring before new growth begins. Remove dead or weak stems and shape the plant to encourage healthy growth and flowering.

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