This bright flower is one you’ve probably seen all summer.
But what is t?
Check with you later!
We had a correct guess today! Thanks, Sarsinart! Hummingbirds do love these large nectar-providing flowers and as you can see from the photo, yes the Trumpet Creeper vine runs rampant!
Trumpet Creeper, Campsis radicans, flows over other plants, making them look like blooming bushes or trees. But if there is nothing to grow on, the woody stems will shoot upright a short ways and appear like a shrub. It’s easy to identify with 7-11 leaflets per leaf, not at all a vine mistaken for poison ivy. And for all this talk of the plant growing unchecked, it is a native plant!