Coral vine growing over and through Albizia (or Mimosa) Lebbeck
A close up of Coral Vine flowers
Seedpods on the left, two seeds on the right and the pink thing in the middle is a half-dried bloom with a half-formed seed inside of it. As the seed matures, the pink petals dry and turn into the seed "pod".
Coral vine found growing on an abandoned house in Central Texas (pic taken in September). I've outlined the vine in pink so you can tell it apart easier from all the other plants gone wild. The peak of the house is approximately 20 feet high.
my Antigonon seedlings 27.2.03
Helsinkin Botanical-garden 8.2.03
Dubai UAE zone 11
Dubai UAE zone 11
Honey bees in particular LOVE this plant that lots of us in Texas call Queen's Crown. One is taking a sip near the bottom of the photo.
The vine's blooms are much more delicate looking than is shown in this photo.The vine is growing on a low picket fence. September. (San Antonio. Tx.)
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, 18/10/2003
Plant flowering in early authumn, Rio de Janeiro.
Beautiful Coral Flowers fill an area fast..
This is a vine with cheery blooms that bees love as do I.
Coral Vine in Bali, Indonesia, October 1990
White Coral Vine
this vine has traveled 20 ft. in all directions, there is nothing quite like this red
Grown from cuttings. Very fast grower.
Delicate White Coral Vine (Antigonon leptopus) flowers shown in early morning sunlight ...
This seedling just sprouted, that is why it's still slightly yellow. Zone 6 Southern Ontario Canada
My Coral Vine seedling didn't start taking off until all of this rain we've had lately. There's some sort of weed with it coming in from the neighbor's yard - YUCK! GREAT vine though, I'm excited!!!!
Closeup of my Pink Coral Vine seedling leaves.
This thing was only about 7 inches tall 3 weeks ago - look at it now! About 3 feet!!
A closeup of some of the blooms
With a little visitor
This is my daughter's favorite because of the color
The top of my vine. This thing grows QUICK!! And it's the most floriforous in my yard
I love this vine! I do not understand why it's not more popular. It blooms almost all the time.
This vine does drop seeds that germinate but I would not consider it invasive. Roots do not run.
Dies back in winter but always comes back in the spring. Honey bees love it.
San Diego Botanic Garden
Looking up at a Antigonon leptopus vine stem.
Flowers of Antigonon leptopus
Leaf and Flowers of Antigonon leptopus