Tecoma stans never disappoints, producing lovely canary yellow blooms throughout the year, rain or shine.
Its a low maintenance plant, needing a slight pruning once in a while to keep it trim and neat.
This bush of Tecoma stans has played host to many bird nests, so its no wonder that fledglings are commonly seen on it.
I spied this solitary baby bird perched forlornly on a branch of Tecoma stans.
The Bird's nest fern below the branch seems the perfect foil for chilling out.
It perked up after a while and appeared ready to face the world.
The striae leads the flower fly into its inner sanctum.
Having fully indulged, it crawled on the soft velvety petals to exit.