Adenium Obesum Care: Expert Steps to Gorgeous Desert Roses

flower of the desert rose (Adenium) up close

Summary: Adenium plant care involves balancing sunlight, water, and fertilizer. In hotter, sun-drenched conditions, increase watering frequency. Reduce water during cooler temperatures. Fertilize actively growing Adeniums in spring and summer

Types Of Angel Trumpet Flowers (Brugmansia)

Brugmansia Angel Trumpet Flower

Say what you will about humans causing extinctions. However, we are sometimes also responsible for the survival of species. Such is the case with Brugmansia (broog-MAN-zee-ah), a genus of seven plants listed

How To Grow And Care For The Datura Plant

Datura flower - Jimsome weed

The Datura plant is native to the South, Central, and North American regions. This large plant has pale, grayish-green leaves and white, trumpet-shaped flowers that bloom at night. The Datura finds

Allamanda Plant Care – A Bush Of Beauty

Yellow blooms of the Allamanda plant

The Allamanda plant is one of the groups of semi-climbing, upright-growing plants becoming increasingly popular nowadays, especially in tropical locations.  The most popular is Allamanda cathartica (al-uh-MAN-da kath-AR-tick-uh) plant. They can also

Crossvine Care: How To Grow Bignonia Capreolata Vines

Flowering Bignonia capreolata Crossvine

Bignonia capreolata [big-NO-nee-uh kap-ree-oh-LAH-tuh] the Crossvine, is a fast-growing climber native to the United States. It thrives in the tropical regions of central and southern America.  The Crossvine, is named

Trumpet Vine: How To Care For Campsis Radicans

Trumpet vine flower

The Trumpet Vine, hummingbird vine or Trumpet Creeper vine is the common name for Campsis radicans pronounced (kamp’-sis), which belongs to the family Bignoniaceae. These bushy ornamental deciduous shrubs or

Tecoma Stans: How To Grow and Care For Yellow Bells

Bright yellow flowers of Tecoma Stans Secondary Kw: Yellow Bells

Tecoma Stans is a perennial flowering shrub known for its highly attractive and bright-colored flowers from the (trumpet vine) family Bignoniaceae. Also in the family is Tecomaria capensis the orange cape honeysuckle. It’s