Botanical name: Combretum rotundifolium Family: Combretaceae (rangoon creeper family)
Synonyms: Combretum aubletii
Native to South America, Monkey’s brush is a vine sporting vivid orange-red inflorescences at the tips of the branches. Elongated powder-puff flowers are multi-colored: yellow, orange, and red. When in bloom, this vining shrub is all covered with them, looks like a fire. It is somewhat similar to its cousine Scarlet Comb, but has much more prominent blooms.
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The flower labeled Monkey Brush Vine is ...