The Pyrostegia or Orange trumpetvine or Ignea is a vigorous fast-growing climber and cascades of orange blossoms in the winter.
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The Pyrostegia or Orange trumpetvine or Ignea is a vigorous, woody, evergreen climber from the bignoniaeae family which has a fantastic flowering in cascade, of orange flowers at the end of the winter.
Although it is not a delicated plant regarding soils, needs a good drainage system, without soggy soils.
If we add a special fertilizer for climbers it will encourage growth and flowering.
If possible, try not to expose it to strong winds.
We need to prune Pyrostegia Venusta mainly after flowering to control its vigorous growth.
Trim some of its stems by the base, this way flowering will come out also on this part of the plant, as it is very normal that flowers and foliage get reproduced on the top of it.
Pyrostegia Venusta normally does not suffer from pests or deseases.
Consulted sources in addition to our experience with this plant:
|Name||Pyrostegia - Orange trumpetvine|
|Origen||Southeast of Brazil, Northeast Argentina, Paraguay|
|Height||It can grow up to 24 mtres.|
|Color||Bright orange flowers and green foliage.|
|Flowering||The end of the fall and during the winter.|
|Irrigation||Moderated irrigation. Drought tolerant, once established for short periods, but thrives much better with regular water.|
|Applications||Walls, rockeries, pergolas, trees, fencens, it is a climber which at the same time fall down.|
|Others||Minimum temperature -18ºC|
|Sales format||Pot of 17 cms diametre|
|Note||Being the product a living plant and depending on the season, this plant could be received not exactly the same as in the photography, without impacting on quality of the same.|