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Trumpet vine

Campsis radicans


Trumpet vine or trumpet creeper, is a species of flowering plant of the family Bignoniaceae. Normally a vine, here it grows like a tree, some 5 meters high. In July, full of bright red flowers.


Seen in arboretum in Trsteno, probably a part of collection.


Many thanks to all of you who helped ID this species, MrsPBio, Gilma Jeannette Ospino Ferreira-Norman and SukanyaDatta.

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SukanyaDatta a year ago

I agree with Mrs PBio, we have these in India too. Usually covering long stretches of tall walls. Check out the Wikipedia linkbelow


It is a Vine, I love it, and I have been looking for it in Costa Rica. I know they are all over in California can they be in Costa Rica?

MrsPbio a year ago

Looks like this may actually be a vine growing in a tree? I'm thinking Campsis radicans, what we call "Trumpet Vine". Hummingbirds love it!


Lat: 42.71, Long: 17.98

Spotted on Jul 7, 2015
Submitted on Oct 27, 2016

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