Pyrostegia venusta, commonly known as the flamevine, is a vigorous and fast-growing climbing plant that produces stunning, bright orange-red flowers in the winter and early spring. It is native to South America but is widely cultivated in many parts of the world. The plant has woody stems and can reach up to 30 feet tall. The trumpet-shaped flowers are arranged in large clusters, making a spectacular display when in bloom. Flame vine is often used to cover walls, trellises, and fences, and is also suitable for container planting. It requires full sun and well-drained soil and is generally easy to care for.


(Pyrostegia venusta)



Image 1 of Flamevine