Yellow Bird of Paradise
Deciduous, Evergreen, Shrubs, Trees
Ferny-leafed plants grown for branch-end clusters of colorful blossoms featuring (except in the case of C. platyloba) protruding stamens. Plants grow quickly and easily in hot, sunny locations if given light, well-drained soil and infrequent, deep watering. Prune before first flush of spring growth to remove any dead or damaged wood and wayward branches; remove lower limbs for treelike shape in shrubby species. Blooms attract hummingbirds.Caesalpinia gilliesii
Evergreen to deciduous South American shrub or tree; drops leaves in cold winters. Zones 8–16, 18–24; occasionally seen in Zones 6, 7. Tough, fast growing to 10 ft. tall and 8 ft. wide, with finely cut foliage and an open, angular branch structure. Yellow summer flowers have bright red stamens.
Evergreen to deciduous South American shrub or tree; drops leaves in cold winters. Zones 8–16, 1...
Native from extreme southwestern Texas into the Chihuahuan Desert of Mexico. Treelike yucca to 12 ft. ...
Grows to 3 ft. high and wide, with gray-green, slightly cupped leaves and light blue flowers. ‘C...