Roaring Meg Creek Trumpet Vine (Tecomanthe sp. 'Roaring Meg')
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Photo of Roaring Meg Creek Trumpet Vine (Tecomanthe sp. 'Roaring Meg')
Photo: Paul Plant
|Common name||Roaring Meg Creek Trumpet Vine|
|Botanical name||Tecomanthe sp. 'Roaring Meg'|
|Foliage colour(info)||Dark green|
|Plant size(info)||2 to 5 metres high, 1 to 2 metres wide|
|Climate zones(info)||Humid subtropical, humid tropical|
|Light requirements(info)||Sun, semi-shade|
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Last updated 25 January 2012