My backyard South Florida.
Mexican Flame Vine, Orange Glow Vine (Senecio confusus) still blooming in November and the butterflies are enjoying the nectar as they migrate.
Seeds just starting to form.
Lots of flowers! This is how the vine is actually flowering. I did not clump them together.
Early January in Central FL zone 9b...
No freezing temps this year gave a second blast of spring blooms zone 9b FL
Close up zone 9b FL
Mid April zone 9b FL
Growing in my neighbor's yard
This is a Picture taken in December 2002 from Dubai, United Arab Emirates (zone11)
Dubai UAE zone 11
The blooms become more red before they go to seed. The blooms are starting to seed in the foreground. The petals have dried to the left with seeds forming. A full seedhead is in the middle. (San Antonio, Tx.)
This vine was planted at the base of Aloe arborescens about 16 months ago to give year-round color. It has grown vigorously.
"Flame vine" and "glow vine" are appropriate names for this plant with its outstanding bloom color.
a very appropriate name for this vine.
Mexican Flame vine
Senecio confusus climbing a sour orange (Citrus aurantium) - January 5, 2005
The flowers of the Mexican Flame Vine, zone 10, southeast Florida.
Another shot of the attractive flowers, zone 10, southeast Florida.
Zone 10, southeast Florida.
Mexican Flame vine taking over my fence.
Mexican Flame Vine. We have this growing in several places and the color is great.
This plant is growing on our Pergola. It started blooming very soon after it was planted.
Bees and butterflies work the flowers, plant is vigorous with tough substantial vines.
Vine growing somewhere between Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, late spring.
Flowers closeup of Mexican Flame Vine, March, 2006
Mexican Flame Vine, Orange Glow Vine (Senecio confusus) flowers just beginning to open.
Mexican Flame Vine, Orange Glow Vine (Senecio confusus) beginning to bloom in the middle of April
Seems to glow in the morning sun
Easily rooted by taking tip cuttings dipped into hormone powder and stuck into wet floral foam kept moist. Once rooted - plant the rooted cutting/block of wet floral directly into soil.
Planted in July 2007, today's date is March 10 2008. Very fast grower in Wauchula FL.
On The wall of Landscape department of The Great University of Agriculture Faisalabad,Pakistan.
6-2009--Barson's Greenhouse, Westland, MI
Flowers also seem to stand out from the plant. This plant is on my chain link fence in South Florida.
Bloom in November around Thanksgiving 2009 Zone 9b Central FL
Flowers close up
New fall blooms mid Nov. zone 9b, Central FL.
Volunteer seedling (one of many) at the base of Senecio confusus vine
Senecio confusus seed, highly magnified
Senecio confusus (Mexican Flame Vine) in bloom December 2014, Colima, Mexico
A Mexican Flame Vine, Orange Glow Vine (Senecio confusus) first bloom and opening bloom bud catching late afternoon sunlight; 6/6/2018; San Antonio, TX
Peru. Photo courtesy of, copyright of Jim Bishop, a Landscape Designer, from San Diego, California