trumpet vine


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Synonyms for trumpet vine

a North American woody vine having pinnate leaves and large red trumpet-shaped flowers

evergreen North American honeysuckle vine having coral-red or orange flowers

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A male bluebird swooped down in a bright blue are and foraged along the trumpet vine, snacking on a caterpillar or two.
Keith Waters, Trumpet Vine's artistic director, believes that "adapting Oscar's personal correspondence to the stage works remarkably well.
On his first visit he saw a trumpet vine with orange blossoms growing upstairs on the bedroom floor.
can make a bookstore lush with trumpet vine, or layer frozen windows in
Besides salvaging and replanting manzanita and other natives from the site, Morgan added more pollinator favorites such as buddleja, penstemon, purple coneflower, salvias, and trumpet vine.
Other plants that will thrive here are the trumpet vine or campsis, which produces flamboyant orange and red trumpet-shaped flowers, the fragrant Trachelospermum jasminoides, which produces white "jasmine" flower clusters in summer, and ornamental vines.
Blue is contributed by the blue trumpet vine, Thunbergia grandiflora, a stunning climber from India.
armandii; Sunset climate zones 7-9, 14-17), fragrant pinkish white Jasminum polyanthum (zones 7-9, 14-17), pink or white Pandorea jasminoides (zones 16 and 17), and violet trumpet vine (Clytostoma callistegioides; zones 8, 9, 14-17).
Some of the most common landscape plants that have been reported to be toxic when eaten are azaleas and rhododendrons, boxwood, pyracantha, mahonia, hydrangea, trumpet vine, Japanese honeysuckle, Virginia creeper, Boston ivy, and wisteria.
Wants: bamboo, trumpet vine, chamomile, penny royal, dinnerplate dahlias, butterfly bush, ginseng, zinnias, hollyhock, obedient plant, hibiscus and sweet peas.
Another stunner from T&M was The Blue Trumpet Vine, Thunbergia grandiflora, (above right) which has 3in flowers which appear from early summer and keep up the display though to the frosts.
'Rosea'; fragrant pinkish white Jasminum polyanthum; pink or white Pandorea jasminoides; and violet trumpet vine (Clytostoma callistegioides).
Vines--honeysuckle, morning glory and trumpet vine.
Has: zinnias, daisies, blue morning glories, trumpet vine, honeysuckle, basil, marigolds and vegetable seeds