Best Tips For Growing YELLOW BELLS TECOMA from seeds.
Although they tolerate partial shade, sunny locations are best for growing the Tecoma plant from seeds.
In partial shade, the plant grows slowly and may become leggy, as the plant focuses its energy into upward growth in an effort to find more light.
Choose a location with fertile, organically rich soil that drains well.
If your soil falls short of these requirements, amend it with a generous amount of compost before planting.
Fertilize the plants annually in spring.
You can use a general purpose commercial fertilizer, but the best fertilizer for the Tecoma plant is a 2- to 3-inch layer of compost, leaf mold or aged manure.
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