Look what made me stop my car in a hurry and rush to take some photographs yesterday.
- Orange trumpet creepers are from the family Bignoniaceae, and are a relative to Jacarandas.
- Orange trumpet creepers are native to Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay.
- Orange trumpet creepers can be easily grown from cuttings and the plant can sometimes spread due to branches taking root in the ground.
- Orange trumpet creepers are found in forest, shrubby and rocky habitats and they prefer warmer climates and do not like the cold.
- Orange trumpet creepers are considered a weed in some countries and are said to be an invasive plant in some areas because they are easily grown and can smother trees and native vegetation.
- Growing vines: morning glory and trumpet creeper (tended.wordpress.com)