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Tecoma (ٹکوما)

  • Scientific Name: Tecoma stans
  • Common Name: Yellow Bells, Ginger-Thomas, Tecoma, Trumpet Flower
  • Description: Tecoma is a large shrub or tree, much branched tree, growing up to 1-8 m tall. The younger stems are smooth, hairless and 4-angled in cross-section, greenish, then pale- or reddish brown. The bark on the main stem is light brown to pale grey, furrowed and with relatively rough texture.
  • Uses: A tree which often grown as landscape ornamentals in residential backyards, Parks and municipal sidewalks. It provides firewood and charcoal. The wood is used in the construction of buildings and the leaf infusion can be taken orally for diabetes and stomach pains; a strong leaf and root decoction is taken orally as a diuretic, to treat syphilis or for intestinal worms
Attribute Information
Seasons Evergreen
Blooming Time May-October
Soil Requirement Though they grow in almost any soil, but do best in moderately fertile, well-drained soil.
Envoirnment  It grows and flowers in areas with average annual low temperatures from 12 to 25 °C, average annual high temperatures from 23 to 34 °C.
Watering Water this for the first year after planting. Established plants only require irrigation during dry periods when the soil begins to dry out completely. Water potted cassia when the top 1 inch of soil feels dry.

 

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