An evergreen climber which is native to South America is conspicuous during Dec-Mar. for it's clusters of pendant bright-orange 3" tubular flowers with 5" long lobes which curl back to reveal it's stamens. In Hawaii superstitious people will not plant the hua pala near their front door of there home, as in this location it's supposed to cause bad luck with their sweethearts. A spectacular display of color! Hardy to 35 F.
HPV-05 Pyrostegia Venusta