- Flower nameOrange trumpet vine
- Scientific namePyrostegia venusta
- Aliasピロステギア・ベヌスタ, Pyrostegia venusta, Orange trumpet vine, ピロステギア・ウェヌスタ, カエンカズラ, 火焔葛, フレーミングトランペット , flamevine
- Place of originChina
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Subtropical region
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, December
- Language of flowersMale
What is Orange trumpet vine
Orange trumpet vine, or commonly called as Kaenkazura in Japanese (scientific name: Pyrostegia venusta) is an evergreen dwarf shrub of the Bignoniaceae family , which is native to Brazil. The flower name due to the orange long tubular flower being trumpet-like. Small flowers are attached to the branches in groups of ten. It is also called the scientific name "Pyrostegia venusta". The flower language is "Grandeur".
Common name: Orange trumpet vine, scientific name:Pyrostegia venusta, aka: flaming trumpet, origin: Brazil, life type: evergreen vines and shrubs, flowers form: umbel, flower color: orange / red, flower shape: long cylindrical and top 5 cracks, flowering period: from December to March.