Chinese trumpet creeper
What is Chinese trumpet creeper
Chinese trumpet vine (scientific name: Campsis grandiflora) is a climbing fallen leaves shrub of the Bignoniaceae Department of Campsis genus native to China. Summer stretch racemose inflorescence stalk away, opposite the trumpet-shaped flowers of Orange. Flower color is orange and red. Short tube-shaped part of the trumpet-shaped, large flat open looks like a five-petaled flower Tip 5 crack the. Aerial roots out of sections of the vine surface fences and house walls, trees, and expand the power. In America Chinese trumpet vine , flower color is red and yellow, and has long tubular flowers and petals are small. Also, there is another department of the genus (scientific name:podranea spp.) blooms light pink pink nouzencazra 'contessasara' (peach-colored botanical) is nowadays, non-cold-resistant vine plants.
Common name: Chinese trumpet vine, scientific name:Campsis grandiflora, also known as trumpet creeper , Trumpet Vine, place of origin: China, vine length: 3-10 m, life type: tendrils of deciduous shrubs, leaf: impari-pinnate leaf, leaf arrangement: opposite, leaf length: 5 cm, width: 3 cm, leaf edge: serrated, leaf color: dark green, hairless, flowers: racemes, Flower size: 6-7 cm, color: Orange, Corolla: funnel-shaped with Tip 5 crack and open flat number of stamens, 4, flowering period: July-September, fruiting period: 11 months, applications: trees, Park trees, herbal medicine.