yellow trumpet


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Noun1.yellow trumpet - pitcher plant of southeastern United States having erect yellow trumpet-shaped pitchers with wide mouths and erect lidsyellow trumpet - pitcher plant of southeastern United States having erect yellow trumpet-shaped pitchers with wide mouths and erect lids
genus Sarracenia, Sarracenia - pitcher plants
pitcher plant - any of several insectivorous herbs of the order Sarraceniales
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Costus spectabilis, commonly known as yellow trumpet, is sometimes harvested from the wild for local use of its edible leaves.
Yellow Trumpet, orange Salmon Leap and pale red African Queen are loved.
Each blossom is a long yellow trumpet, with a spot of red in its center.
Jim Salyards, head of horticulture at historic estate Filoli (which will plant more than 15,000 daffodil bulbs this fall), recommends 'Las Vegas', with a yellow trumpet and ivory petals; 'Lorikeet', with a salmon center and lemon yellow petals; and 'Spellbinder', bright yellow with splashes of white.
This spring they have sprung into life - but one of them is a curious doubleheaded white bloom with a peach and yellow trumpet.
Try adding touches of lemon Phygelius Aequalis Yellow Trumpet, Sisyrinchium Striatum, Crimson Knautica Macedonia or metallic blue Eryngium Giganteum.
Yet now there are so many different types, from our native daffodil, Narcissus pseudonarcissus, to varieties perfect for outside containers like Jack Snipe, which has white, long-lasting flowers with yellow trumpet and the blousy Bridal Crown, which looks great with dark wallflowers.
(Family Bignoniaceae) is a yellow trumpet bush native to tropical and subtropical regions of Central and South America widely used as an ornamental plants in Indian gardens and are also extensively employed in the Mexican traditional medicine [5].
This magnificent yellow trumpet daffodil flowers later than most daffodils.
In fact, that is not strictly true since HOMETRUTHS John Humphries Anyone who wants to persevere might like to try its butter-yellow twin "Yellow Trumpet", which, treated as a perennial and cut down in winter, is not at all invasive.
The tree sets many light yellow trumpet shaped flowers that emit a pungent, sweet smell especially in the late afternoon when the male pollen sacks burst open.