Tecoma capensis is a scrambling shrub that produces magnificent orange or yellow flowers, which have a distinctly tubular shape and measure about 7.5 centimeters in length. These flowers are arranged in clusters. This plant is easy to grow and propagate, making it a popular addition to just about any garden. Because it scrambles, it can be used to cover low walls or fill in large gaps between trees or other plants. Will remain throughout the year if placed in a shaded area and pruned before summers.