Trumpet vine or trumpet creeper
Trumpet creeper (Bignoniaceae) Family
Description: This woody vine may climb to 15 meters (45 feet) high. It has pealike fruit capsules. The leaves are pinnately compound, 7 to 11 toothed leaves per leaf stock. The trumpet-shaped flowers are orange to scarlet in color.
This plant causes contact dermatitis.
Habitat and Distribution: This vine is found in wet woods and thickets throughout eastern and central North America.
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