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MANGO Cape Honeysuckle Plant Peach Apricot Flower Tacoma capensis Rare Color Attract Hummingbird Starter Size 4 Inch Pot Emerald TM

$12.50

Cape Honeysuckle is native to South Africa, and is a tried and true favorite in the tropical and subtropical landscape. The bright scarlet orange blooming type is an heirloom landscape favorite.

Mango is a recent variant cultivar with soft Mango apricot toned peach pink flowers. It is rarely grown commercially. It is commonly called Mango Tacoma The common honeysuckle name comes from the similar shape of the flowers. Tecoma is not a honeysuckle and is not fragrant.

Condition: One (1) Well rooted, starter size plant growing and shipped in a 4 inch diameter plastic pot. Plant will be a minimum of about 6 to 8 inches tall and unlikely to have bloom or bud at the time of shipping. *Limited Conditional Warranty: Warranty is limited to guaranteeing plants will arrive safely and in good and healthy condition, and is conditioned on Seller receiving prompt notice (within 24 hours of delivery) of any problem with the condition accompanied by photo validation.

No other additional, extended or long term Warranty is expressed or implied.
  • Brand: Emerald Goddess Gardens TM
  • Common Name: Mango Cape Honeysuckle or Tacoma
  • Bloom Form: Trumpet
  • Mature Size: 5 to 6 feet
  • Fragrance: None
  • Suggested Uses: Hedge, Boundary, Accent, Mixed Perennial, Background Layer, Pot
  • House Plant Adapative: No
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Limited Conditional Warranty: Healthy Arrival
  • Extended Long Term Warranty: None
  • Manufacturer:Emerald Goddess Gardens TM
  • Climate: Semi-Tropical
  • Color: Mango toned apricot peach
  • Special Features: Vigorous upright grower, showy bloom attracts hummingbirds
  • Species: Tacoma capensis \'Mango\'
  • Sunlight: Full sun
  • USDA Hardiness Zone: 8B, 9, 10, 11
  • Watering: Moderate
  • Model: NJ-Q2RY-OLN9
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1875lbs
  • 38 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Emerald Goddess Gardens


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