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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When you wake up among the trumpet vines you might find a piece of sky, nocturnal animal, snared in it, still groaning, shuddering a bit.
The exhibit, sponsored by the Los Angeles Newspaper Group (of which the Daily News is a member), features more than 100 varieties of lush and intoxicating flowers such as bougainvillea, orchids, trumpet vines, hibiscus and plumeria.
Means, took place on the back terrace beneath an iron arch draped with smilax set against a wall covered with evergreen wisteria and trumpet vines.
Try bougainvillea, most common trumpet vines (Campsis, Clytostoma, Distictis), passion vine, and wisteria.
First she tried trellis panels trained with Carolina jessamine and trumpet vines.
At Tablas Creek, meanwhile, is a lovely flower garden, with enormous bushes of lavender, fragrant roses and an arbor dripping with wisteria and trumpet vines.
Wall-mounted trellises, made of 2-by-2s, support trumpet vines that will eventually mask and soften the texture of the courtyard walls.
Some jasmines and many of the trumpet vines can fit into this category.
The trumpets I speak of are attached to so- called trumpet vines, those climbing plants named for the unmistakable shape of their flowers.
This is the part of the patio that gets at least four or more hours of sun, and it's where you can plant roses, salvia, petunias, marigolds and ivy geraniums, as well as bougainvillea and trumpet vines that can be trained to decorate windows, walls and trellises.
There's a special section on plants that attract birds - among them fuchsia, pineapple sage, red salvia, zinnia, honeysuckle and trumpet vines.
The lush green foliage of this tree will remind you of the leaves found on trumpet vines (Bignonia family), which are its botanical relatives.
Don't be afraid to cut trumpet vines, potato vines and jasmines back severely.
Trumpet vines, all of which are visited by hummingbirds, are not known, in particular, for attracting bees.
Two related trumpet vines are noteworthy, despite their more frost-tender nature and thus their requirement for cold-sheltered locations.