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Cestrum aurantiacum

Cestrum aurantiacum
yellow cestrum; orange cestrum
Early August – blooming continuously, even though it's looking a little tired in the heat of summer
Synonym(s) Capraria lanceolata
Common name yellow cestrum; orange cestrum
Family solanaceae
Life cycle perennial/shrub (Z8b-11)
Flowers yellow-orange (spring-fall)
Size 6-8'
Light sun-part shade
Cultural notes ordinary garden soil, not too dry

Semi-evergreen shrub (die-back shrub in the colder range of its hardiness) grown for its clusters of golden-yellow flowers that attract a wide range of pollinators.

In our garden, this plant grows in the following area: right fence border

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