Flower Trees

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Bougainvillea is one of the hardiest and most well suited flowering plants for the Turks and Caicos. It thrives in dry, sun-drenched environments. There are over 300 varieties of Bougainvillea around the world ranging in colors and growing habits (bush or vine). Some of the more common ones here in the Turks and Caicos are the ‘New River’, ‘Barbara Karst’, ‘Imperial White’, ‘Coral’ and ‘Jamaican White’.


The Ixora family is a family of flowering shrubs native to India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Ixoras are generally grown as a mid to low lying shrub, and is sought out for its heavy flowering (red/yellow/pink). Although there are roughly 500 species of Ixora the most common that are grown as ornamentals are the ‘Maui’, ‘Dwarf’, ‘Super King’ and ‘Chinese Ixora’.


Saltbush is a relatively new, non-invasive addition to the landscape of the Turks and Caicos that is highly coveted for its natural salt-tolerance and ability to thrive close to the sea. Its native environment is along the coastline of the South-Eastern coast of the United States. Here in the Turks & Caicos, Saltbush flowers throughout the year with small whitish-yellow flowers. Saltbush can be grown and maintained as a uniform bush or grown as a standalone specimen.


Also known as Yellow Trumpet Bush, the Yellow Elder is a tropical flowering bushy shrub that is often used as an ornamental throughout southern Florida and the Caribbean. It is a low maintenance bush that gives your garden a burst of color throughout the year. It’s vibrant yellow flowers attract bees & hummingbirds to your garden, helping with the pollination of fruits and vegetables.