Bignonia radicans, Cow-itch Vine, Tecoma radicans, Trumpet Vine
Life cycle: Perennial
Growth Habit: A woody vine that can form a smalll shrub without support for the aerial roots.
Propagation: Root sprouts, seeds, stems
Leaf Margin: Entire
Leaf Hairs: None
Leaf Structure: Coursely toothed made up of 7-15 leaflets
Leaf Arrangement: Opposite compound shiny leaves with two leaves per node
Root Type: Deep, large fibrous root system and aerial roots
Flower Color: Orange trumpet shaped at the end of the branches.
- Autumn Clematis Clematis terniflora
- Sumac species Rhus spp.
- Honeysuckle species Lonicera spp.
Herbicidal Control Options
- Preemergence: Oxidiazon
- Post Emergence: Fluazifop
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