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Orange bignonia climbing plant and its unusually shaped flowers can add charm to your house and garden
In India, orange bignonia or tecomaria, a climbing shrub that blooms from the beginning of autumn to the end of winter, but it requires careful planting and looking after.

When I posted a few photographs of orange bignonia flowers on Facebook, some said they were seeing this flower for the first time and wanted to know the name and get more information.

Trumpet-shaped orange flowers are quite pleasing to the eyes and curling of the petals when the flower withers away is a delight for the nature photographers.

However, in some house gardens in India one can see a wall covered with thick foliage of this climbing plant and in other houses one can see crowing the terrace. In some public gardens, the entrances arched with this fast and green climber with orange flowers can be seen since the plant remains green throughout the year.

Some avid gardening hobbyists get their boundary wall or fence covered by orange bignonia since this climbing plant gets easily entangled on the surface easily. Therefore, one can remove the climber easily, if required.

Many garden lovers wish to have orange bignonia since it is a fast growing climbing plant with thick foliage: and unusual flowers. The bloom can make the owner's winter colourful and pleasant. However, tending the plant requires manure and pruning every now and then.

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