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Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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 Tecomanthe dendrophylla
Family: Bignoniaceae
New Guinea Creeper vine
Origin: New Guinea
Vine or creeperFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Woody vine with 5-parted leaves. From old stems arise very showy clusters of flowers each with a 3- 4-inch-long dark pink tube and spreading creamy-white lobes. Non-aggressive vine. Season: Winter.


 Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Var. Roaring Meg Creek
Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Var. Roaring Meg Creek
Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Tecomanthe Blanca
Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Tecomanthe dendrophylla, New Guinea Creeper vine

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Ms Jacq Felis
Adelaide, Australia
USDA Zone:10a
10 Jun 2009
I am very interested in the plant Tecomanthe 'Roaring Meg Creek' Is it a hybrid or is it a cultivar. If it is a hybrid, what are the parent species? I would really like to know as it seems very unlike the other Tecomanthe I have seen.


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New Guinea Creeper vine. Very showy clusters of flowers with a dark pink tube and spreading creamy-white lobes. Non-aggressive vine. Blooms in Winter.
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Grown in 10"/3 gal pot

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