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Common name: Chestnutleaf Trumpet Bush, Gaudichaudi
 
Evergreen shrub ; leaves opposite, usually simple, rarely with up to 3 leaflets, toothed, up to 12 cm long; flowers yellow, about 5 cm wide, in dense racemes or panicles. 
 
Yellow Bells (T. stans), has compound leaves, whereas this one (T. castanifolia), has simple leaves and can have upto 3 foliate leaves.  In the Yellow Bells (T. stans), the clusters of flowers bend the branch and are commonly seen beautifully hanging down. In Chestnutleaf Trumpetbush (T. castanifolia), clusters of yellow bell-shaped flowers appear at the end of branches which spread outwards. The leaves have serrated margins;   


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tree-shrub 041109GS1 from Delhi for ID : Attachments (3).  12 posts by 6 authors.
Growing in Delhi University Nirsery, still about 6 feet tall. Bignoniaceae member with simple serrate-dentate leaves I am unable to place.


… most likely Chestnutleaf Trumpetbush … Tecoma castanifolia … native to western South America (Equador, Peru)
I think it is Tecoma stans. Because, T.castanifolia, leaves and flower arrangement are different


… if this plant has compound leaves, then it must be T. stans, else T. castanifolia OR yet else, friends please comment.


A plant growing in my garden looks very similar to one posted by … from Delhi.
I am posting few photos of that for confirmation of ID.


This plant is Tecoma stans


Yes, the plant is Tecoma stans


I too think the plant is Tecoma stans


Please don’t mix up the two plants. My plant has simple leaves and it has been rightly identified as Tecoma castanifolia … plant is Tecoma stans and has pinnate leaves and larger flowers. Tecoma stans is a very common garden shrub-tree.


 

Tecoma stans and T. castanifolia: Trees with bright yellow bellshaped flowers present a gorgeous sight when
in full bloom. It blooms several times throughout the year.
Naturally it comes to mind that these may be used as ornamental tree to beautify the campus avenue. Experts may recommend which of these will be more suitable in our climate.

About a month back I put up a photo of 4m high tree in bloom for ID. It was first identified by … as T. stans. Soon followed a lively discussion and participation by many. It is stated that though flowers look similar the
cousin brothers have a big difference. T. stans has a compound leaf while the other has simple leaf. I went to the location in Kolkata, found leaves are opposite and compound trifoliate. 
 
As per PIER’s description for T. stans “Leaves opposite, pinnately compounded, leafllets 1-9, usually 3-7 “. this then should be T. stans
In the meantime …. went to the library and found key to Tecoma Cf ‘Flora of Udupi’ by K.G.Bhatt
Leaves simple or 2-3 foliolates – T. castanifolia (syn. T. gaudichaudii)
Leaves 5-13 foliolates – T. stans.
Thanks to his perseverance our knowledge has expanded, but it makes the matter open


I find you have reproduced the first image as same which you had labelled in earlier thread as Tecoma-stans_Yellow Bells_Chandraprabha.jpg now changed to Tecoma stans_Yellow Bells_Ghantiphul.jpg. If you remember both myself and …. had finally concluded your plant as Tecoma castanifolia (syn:
T. gaudichaudii). To me the confusion lies in the fact that in T. gaudchaudii, the leaves may be with more leaves with three leaflets (any one who has description from a book where two are described as distinct species
may please confirm this: I may even be wrong) where as in T. castanifolia, the leaves are simple (I write this on the basis of Hortus Third). Since the two are now treated as synonyms, we can expect T. castanifolia to have
either simple leaves, or with three leaflets.
I think both your above photographs belong to Tecoma castanifolia, and not T. stans. I think both your plants have not more than three leaflets.
Tecoma stans as specified by … (and supported by Hortus Third) has leaves with 5-13 leaflets, much more brighter orange flowers. I am uploading both for your reference.


I agree with you.
I put a request to my friend to send me an illustration of T. castanifolia that I haven’t received yet.
Now with your pictures I think it become clear.


… is right. I have also observed that the flowers of T. castanifolia are in bunches, whereas T. stans flowers singly. I always felt that T. castanifolia is more attractive to look at because of this.


I doubt whether T. stans flowers singly. I think they also produce flowers apical and axillary clusters.


Yes …
In clusters in both my photographs. In second one rest of the flowers of the cluster are partially hidden behind the leaf. Single may be rarity. We should base our conclusions on most nature of most flowers/leaves on the plant, it also varies sometimes with cultural practices. In our area in a garden the trimmed shrubs all had simple leaves in Vitex trifoliata, but when new shoots came most had trifoliate leaves.


Thanks to … for enlightening us with his wisdom. What i found is;- that leaves are opposite and trifoliate. I did send one sample but i am not sure whether it is available now.
The point that i want to make is its excellent suitability as avenue tree just like Pride of India (L.speciosa ) adorns the IIT campus.


Yes … Today I saw a long avenue of Tecoma castanifolia along Noida toll bridge. It was profusely flowering and looking great. 


 

Tecoma castanifolia from Mount Abu-231210MN: Sending photos of Tecoma flowers.
Common name :  Chestnutleaf Trumpetbush
Botanical name : Tecoma castanifolia
Family              : Bignoniaceae (jacaranda family)
Place               :  Mount Abu, Rajasthan
Habitat             :  Cultivated
Date/time          : 12.11.2010
Others              : Seen lots of honeybees hovering around the flower.  
This one has simple leaves. This is Tecoma castanifolia  


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Bignoniaceae Week: Tecoma castanifolia from Delhi: Tecoma castanifolia (D. Don) Melch., Ber. Deutsch. Bot. Ges. 59:26. 1941

Syn: Stenolobium castanifolium D. Don; Tecoma gaudichaudii DC.
Common name: Chestnutleaf Trumpet Bush, Gaudichaudi
Evergreen shrub ; leaves opposite, usually simple, rarely with up to 3 leaflets, toothed, up to 12 cm long; flowers yellow, about 5 cm wide, in dense racemes or panicles.
Photographed from Delhi University campus.


As often seen in photographs of different members the first picture shows one trifoliate leaf which is not at all uncommon in the species Tecoma castanifolia because
As discussed in an earlier thread
Tecoma castanifolia (Syn. Tecoma gaudichaudii) has simple leaves and can have upto 3 foliate leaves.

Sorry I read the text after typing my message. You have described this in detail above.
Regarding the nature of leaves I have observed them alternate and opposite in many posts on the group. Would like to learn more??



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Bignoniaceae Week: Tecoma sp. (Hooghly):

Again this is an old record and i haven’t shared it earlier.
Species : UNKNOWN
H & H : ornamental shrub, about 9 ft high
Date : 26/3/12
Place : Hooghly


I hope Tecoma castanifolia

Very detailed upload,


I am also agree with Tecoma castanifolia


Simple leaves. Serrated margins. Tecoma castanifolia.


As discussed in an earlier thread
Tecoma castanifolia (Syn. Tecoma gaudichaudii) has simple leaves and can have upto 3 foliate leaves.



 

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Bignoniaceae Week:: Tecoma stans from Tirupati:  Tecoma stans from Tirupati


Leaves look simple. Tecoma castinifolia


Lovely flowers … I was wondering, does this flower have a scent? I’m trying to place a flower I once saw, unfortunately I don’t have a picture of it…

 

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Bignoniaceae week :: Nonnatives : SMP : Tecoma castanifolia. Pune.:  Tecoma castanifolia.
Syn. Tecoma gaudichaudi.
The important character is bigger simple leaves which are serrate as against compound leaves in T.stans.


As discussed in an earlier thread
Tecoma castanifolia (Syn. Tecoma gaudichaudii) has simple leaves and can have upto 3 foliate leaves. 


this simple yet trifoliate definition has been a source of confusion for a while this week I think i begin to see its usefulness….



 

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Bignoniaceae Week : Tecoma castanifolia : Muscat,Oman : 130113 : AK: sharing a picture taken last weekend on my new Nikon 60mm macro lens.

It was a trial picture.
Special thanks to … and … for the suggestions & help in choosing the right lens.
Your comments will be appreciated.
Still learning to take close ups of very tiny flowers. 


Very nice photograph.
I can see a trifoliate leaf at one place.

 

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Tecoma For ID : MNP,Mumbai : 060713 : AK-1 : Attachments (1). 4 posts by 2 authors. 

Tecoma flowers seen at Maharashtra Nature Park on 15/11/2011.

Tecoma castanifolia?
Kindly confirm id.


I think yes. Simple leaves are seen here


These two would also be the same?
Tecoma castanifolia?
Can you please validate?

 

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Plant ID IND 56 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1).

Please ID the tree with yellow flowers. Photo was taken from Chennai in March 2014. 


Tecoma stans (L.) HBK


could this be Tecoma castanifolia?


How we can differenciate T. stans from T. castanifolia using morphology?


Thank you all for the ID. There is a picture and description on www.flowersofindia.net which mentions about the distinction between T.stans and T.castanifolia.


As the leaves are serrate among other things, it should be Tecoma castanifolia (pl. also see the keys at this link).


 

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SK129OCT05-2016:ID : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Sharing some pictures for ID shot at Lal Bagh Bangalore on 6 September 2015.


I think Tecoma castanifolia as per images & keys herein.


 

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Tecoma Species For ID : Mumbai : 14DEC16 : AK-29 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Tecoma Species seen in a public garden.

My confusion between Tecoma castanifolia and Tecoma stans continues.

Pl. Check comparative images at EFI.


Tecoma castanifolia (D.Don) Melch. as per comparative images at Tecoma


 

 

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Tecoma Species : Lalbagh,Bangalore : 04APR17 : AK-03 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Tecoma Species seen in Lalbagh in Jan.

I am always confused between the two Species T castanifolia and T. stans.

I think T. castanifolia 


 

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id of the plant please : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
id plz. flowers are pretty far away. couldn’t get a closer shot

Pl. give date and place also. 

Pl. check 
Tecoma castanifolia


 

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Dattaji Salvi Udyan  Thane

Date: May 1, 2018 … Altitude: about 11 m (36 feet) asl

Tecoma castanifolia  (D.Don) Melch.

 

 

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Yellow Flowers for ID : 300711 : AK-1: Taken at Nasik, Maharashtra on 23/2/11 growing wild by the roadside.
I think they are Tecoma…but there are 3-4 types in FOI and getting confused as to which ones are these.
Medium sized bushes with yellow flowers. 
 

 

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Tecona stans – Yellow Flower:  I also desired its Indian name. I found from the web its Bengali name is
Chandra Prabha. English name Yellow Flower, a better presentation is here 


From what ever leaves are visible they seem to be simple. That suggests Tecoma castanifolia (D. Don) Melch (syn: Tecoma gaudichaudii DC.) and not T. stans..


 

 

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Leaf of a Ghanti Phul or Yellow Bells:   Experts say there are two kinds :-
1. Tecoma stans
2. Tecoma gaudichaudii (Syn. T. castanifolia)
They are difficult to distinguish,. Leaf of T.stans is compound while the other’s is simple. So the leaf acquires importance. About a fortnight back the tree was in full bloom with bright yellow flowers. It was a sight to see
! I wonder why this is not used as ornamental avenue tree as the Queen’s Flower or Pride of India (Lagerstroemia speciosa) adorns the IITB Powai campus.


 

 

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SYMBIOSIS 71:   Attaching the 71st member of the series. Here a Grey Pansy butterfly is on Tecoma flower. I saw this flower in the wild in Pachmarhi.


I hope Tecoma castanifolia


Yes this is Tecoma castanifolia. The simple leaves are clearly seen in the picture.

I wish to see pictures of the leaves from mid branch as well, if available.

 

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efloraofindia:”26102011MR2’’ ? Tecoma castanifolia Pune:Request for validation ?Tecoma castanifolia

I am sorry that I have only one picture
Date/Time-Oct 2011
Location-Place, Altitude, GPS-Pune
Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Type-Garden
Plant Habit-Tree/ Shrub/ Climber/ Herb- Shrub
Height/Length- about 2- 3 ft
Leaves Type/ Shape/ Size-pale green. I think simple (i may be wrong)
Flowers Size/ Colour/ Calyx/ Bracts- yellow flowers
Fruits Type/ Shape/ Size Seeds-not seen


Yes Tecoma castaneifolia Kindly note the spelling



 

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Flower ID Request 20120607:  I grabbed this pic of the flower of a plant today in Andheri in Mumbai. The plant had grown to a height of about 2 metres. I have attached a crops of the flower and of the leaves. Please let me know which flower it could be.


Tecoma castanifolia is an accepted name on Theplantlist.org and T.gaudichaudi is a synonym.


 

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Tecoma for ID : Delhi : 240612 : AK-2: A cultivated, garden plant seen in Delhi on 16/3/12 with yellow flowers.

Tecoma but which one?
Id please.


 
identification help, vasant kunj delhi,25 /08/2012.s.no 1:  i want to know about this yellow coloured flowering plant .habit tree type ,leaves serrate margin ,reticulate .bell shaped flower


Tecoma gaudichaudi


Yes now correctly known as T. castanifolia.



[efloraofindia:08012013MR2] Bignoniaceae Week: Tecoma castaneifolia from Pune: Sharing picture of Tecoma castaneifolia from Pune



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Bignoniaceae Week :: Tecomella undulata – Mount Abu – MN090112: Sharing the photos of Tecomella undulata taken from Mount Abu
Date : November 2009
Habitat : Cultivated


Very important tree for timber and ecology and medicine
thank you for showing these pictures
wiki had a pic of whole tree but no flowers
do you have pictures of the whole tree?


I feel this may not be Tecomella undulata in which leaves are undulate, narrower and flowers darker orange
To me this appears to be Tecoma castanifloia.

 

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Bignoniaceae Week :: Tecoma castanifolia : Chestnut Leaf Trumpet Bush : Nasik : 090113 : AK: Pictures of Chestnut Leaf Trumpet Bush seen by me in Nasik.


Bignoniaceae Week: Tecoma castanifolia from IB College Panipat: Tecoma castanifolia from IB College Panipat


Yes … Nice photographs.


 

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Bignoniaceae Week :: Tecoma castanifolia, (D.Don) Melch. <=> Chestnutleaf Trumpetbush Tree – Bangalore – RA:  This is a close cousin of Yellow Bells, but there is a big difference – Yellow Bells has compound leaves, whereas this one has simple leaves. In the Yellow Bells, the clusters of flowers bend the branch and are commonly seen beautifully hanging down. In Chestnutleaf Trumpetbush, clusters of yellow bell-shaped flowers appear at the end of branches which spread outwards. The leaves have serrated margins.

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leaves are the differentiating feature?


I can understand your question.
As discussed in an earlier thread
Tecoma castanifolia (Syn. Tecoma gaudichaudii) has simple leaves and can have upto 3 foliate leaves.


 

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Pl. check 

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Dattaji Salvi Udyan  Thane

Date: January 11, 2020 … Altitude: about 11 m (36 feet) asl
Tecoma castanifolia  (D.Don) Melch.  

 

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Hospet, KA :: Tecoma castanifolia :: ARK2020-047 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (5)

Saw this tree in a resort complex in Hospet, KA in October 2019.
Guess, this is Tecoma castanifolia.

 

Tecoma Species for ID : Bangalore : 04OCT20 : AK-07 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
A cultivated, garden plant.


Tecoma stans


Thanks …

Tecoma stans and Tecoma castanifolia is very confusing for me.
How do we differentiate between the two?


I think Tecoma castanifolia as per keys and details herein.
Yellow Bells (T. stans), has compound leaves, whereas this one (T. castanifolia), has simple leaves and can have upto 3 foliate leaves.  In the Yellow Bells (T. stans), the clusters of flowers bend the branch and are commonly seen beautifully hanging down. In Chestnutleaf Trumpetbush (T. castanifolia), clusters of yellow bell-shaped flowers appear at the end of branches which spread outwards. The leaves have serrated margins;    

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