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Normally seen in borders in any traditional English garden, these giant bulbs will produce enormous 2m tall stems, with up to 15 large trumpet-shaped flowers.
Obvious choices include scented honeysuckles, climbing roses and common white jasmine (Jasminum officinale), which can reach 8m (26ft) and produces clusters of simple, white trumpet-shaped flowers from early summer to autumn if planted in well-drained soil in a warm, sheltered spot, ideally on a south-facing wall.
The trumpet-shaped, white flowers are toxic to curious cats who might chew the plant's petals and leaves.
The plant originated in central China and blooms spectacularly in May and June, with numerous pink, trumpet-shaped flowers that make it deserving of its name.
One bulb quickly builds up into a clump on most soils, producing a profusion of white, trumpet-shaped blooms with yellow throats and purple pink outsides.
THEIR trumpet-shaped blooms hail the true start of spring, whether in dazzling yellow or more subtle, paler hues.
The "trumpet-shaped" mouth of the Qiantang helps generate the waves, which can be as tall as 3.5 metres in height.
Their favorite nectar source is the sacred plants called Datura wrightii, whose white, trumpet-shaped flowers bloom only at night.
Escorted by her father, the bride wore an original embroidered gown of ivory silk with crystal and pearl embellishments adorning the back of the trumpet-shaped dress and the chapel-length train.
Faux-gold accents add a glimmer of elegance to salad plates, trumpet-shaped mugs, and espresso sets.
It is prized for its perfumed, five-twisted-lobed, snow-white trumpet-shaped flowers that simply bounce off this glory opening ever more from loose clusters on the terminals of leafy lateral branches.
For an instant impact in a sunny location, the Agapanthus Headbourne Hybrids have deep violet trumpet-shaped flowers.
Scientists attribute the waves to the river's trumpet-shaped mouth.
In the bats' fur, Muchhala found pollen grains of a pale-green, trumpet-shaped flower called Centropogon nigricans.
Some of the pollen grains that Muchhala collected from the bats' fur came from Centropogon nigricans, a pale-green, trumpet-shaped flower.