Chicklet orange esperanza, a favorite of Mexican gardeners, is a small tree or shrub with dark green leaves and fragrant orange blooms. This low-maintenance plant can grow up to 6 feet tall and produces edible but less sweet oranges. Ideal for warm climate gardens, it adds a pop of color and sweet aroma to any landscape.
The cigar plant from South America is a low-maintenance choice for landscaping. Its vibrant orange, tube-shaped flowers bloom all spring and summer, providing stunning color year-round. This tree also has glossy green leaves, tolerates both heat and cold, but needs well-drained soil and full sun to thrive.
The 'empire' hibiscus is a stunning, fast-growing shrub with large, orange blooms. It is low maintenance, drought-tolerant, and can grow up to 8 feet tall. Preferring full sun, it's a great addition to any garden or landscape.
The flame azalea is a tall deciduous shrub native to North America with stunning orange flowers that bloom in late spring or early summer. It is adaptable to various soil types and can tolerate sun or shade. Also, it is resistant to deer and rabbits, making it a great option for pest-prone gardens.
Golden Slippers is a low maintenance tree native to Florida with orange wing-shaped flowers. It can thrive in partial shade and blooms year-round in some regions. Its long-lasting bright blossoms are popular with hummingbirds and butterflies.
Lion's Tail, an evergreen shrub, grows up to 6ft and needs minimal care. With showy orange flowers blooming from spring to summer and bright green leaves, it's an attractive addition to any garden.
The bird of paradise is a popular, brightly colored tree or shrub with distinctive leaves. Native to South Africa, it's a long-lived evergreen that can reach up to 50 feet in height. A symbol of paradise, it's often used in art and literature.