A semi-evergreen, clinging, woody vine that attaches by tendrils and small disks. Will climb trees, adhere to wood and masonry structures or trail along the ground. Clusters of sweetly scented, showy, orange-red, tubular flowers with yellow throats bloom April-June. Flowers fall to the ground fresh.
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