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Trumpet Flowers

Copyright Barbara Samuelson 1995

Trumpet Flowers (Campsis radicans) photographed in Alameda, California, grows vigorously up to 20 to 40 feet. Its leaves are compound and dense and its stems have aerial roots that can cling to walls, trees and fenceposts. Clusters of yellow orange to red trumpet-like flower that are three to four inches long appear in summer and continue blooming until early autumn, and will attract hordes of hummingbirds from miles around.


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