The Yellow Trumpet Flower (Tecoma stans), sometimes called yellow or yellow trumpet tree trumpet vine called, is a plant of the family of the catalpa family (Bignoniaceae).
The home of the Yellow trumpet flower ranges from Mexico to Peru. Today it is grown as an ornamental plant throughout the tropics.
Yellow trumpet flower grows an evergreen shrub or small tree, height and reach 6-9 meters. The opposite leaves are pinnate, with 3-13 sawed, 80-10 cm long leaflets.
The golden-yellow blooms are in clusters at the branch ends, bell-funnel-shaped, five-lobed (where weak double lip), in the throat often reddish veined and 3.5 to 8.5 cm long.
The fruits are shown in two carpels and are up to 25 cm long, narrow capsules.
Yellow trumpet flower is in the tropical coastal regions of Australia and Polynesia, where proven, particularly in north Queensland, as an invasive species spread and strong.