eccremocarpus


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eccremocarpus

(ˌɛkrəməˈkɑːpəs)
n
(Plants) any plant of the evergreen climbing genus Eccremocarpus, esp E. scaber, grown for its decorative pinnate foliage and bright orange-red bell flowers: family Bignoniaceae
[New Latin, from Greek ekkremēs suspended + karpos fruit]
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Bell Vine Chilean glory flower 'Eccremocarpus scaber' SOW seed now indoors and transplant outdoors after frost where it will soon gallop away and produce red and orange tubular flowers in early summer.
Chilean glory flower 'Eccremocarpus scaber' Sow seed now indoors Bell Vine and transplant outdoors after frost where it will soon gallop away and produce red and orange tubular flowers in early summer.
Chilean glory flower 'Eccremocarpus scaber' Bell Vine SOW seed now indoors and transplant outdoors after frost where it will soon gallop away and produce red and orange tubular flowers in early summer.
Wanderer Chilean glory flower 'Eccremocarpus scaber' Sow seed now indoors and transplant outdoors after frost where it will soon gallop away and produce red and orange tubular flowers in early summer.
CHILEAN GLORY FLOWER Bell Vine 'Eccremocarpus scaber' SOW seed now indoors and transplant outdoors after frost where it will soon gallop away and produce red and orange tubular flowers in early summer.
EFFORT Sow summer-flowering climbers, such as Chilean glory flower (Eccremocarpus), morning glory (Ipomoea) and cup and saucer vine (Cobaea).
The Chilean glory vine, Eccremocarpus scaber, is a fast-scrambling beauty which shoots upwards for a few feet then branches and spreads, sometimes stretching 5m (16ft) in a long growing season.
In a sunny, sheltered spot, plant out half-hardy climbers such as ipomoea (morning glory), cobaea scandens (cup and saucer plant) and eccremocarpus scaber (Chilean glory vine).
Even more exotic is the Chilean Glory Vine, Eccremocarpus scaber.
THIS stunning climber, Eccremocarpus scaber, has just about finished its 2011 display but will almost certainly have set huge amounts of seed ready for next year.
Other candidates are the Chilean glory flower, Eccremocarpus scaber reaching 10ft with orange flowers all summer, and the lemon-scented verbena, Aloysia triphylla that leaves the smell of lemon when crushed but needs winter protection.
Since eccremocarpus flowers on same-year growth, I can expect more flowers next year.