Juanulloa mexicana

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  • attracts birds
  • full sun

Juanulloa mexicana, commonly known as 'Gold Finger', is an ever-blooming, vining shrub adorned with leathery, ovate leaves along its many arching branches. Blooms appear at the tips of branches, each consisting of a bright yellow-orange hexagonal calyx enclosed around a protruding burnt-orange, tubular flower. The bright, waxy calyx persists long after the flower, extending the ornamental period of the bloom cycle. Gold finger is an epiphyte but can be planted in well-drained soil and can reach 8-10 feet tall with a wider spread. This fast grower native to Central and South America should be planted in full sun to filtered light and will attract hummingbirds. (Pot size: 3 gallon)

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