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Campsis radicans (L.) Seem.






Mount Usu / Sarobetsu post-mined peatland
From left: Crater basin in 1986 and 2006. Cottongrass / Daylily

Campsis Lour. (ノウゼンカズラ) in Japan


C. grandiflora (Thunb.) K. Schum. (ノウゼンカズラ)

f. thunbergii (Carrière) Rehder (カバイロノウゼンカズラ)

C. radicans (L.) Seem. (アメリカノウゼンカズラ)
C. × tagliabuana (Vis.) Rehder (アイノコノウゼンカズラ)

Campsis radicans in Hokkaido


Amerikanouzenkazura (アメリカノウゼンカズラ, 亜米利加凌霄花), trumpet vine, trumpet creeper, cow itch vine ((North America)) or hummingbird vine (N America)
Life form: vigorous, deciduous woody vine
Distribution: eastern North America
Habitat: woodlands and riverbanks
Seedt: thin, brown, paper-like - wind-dispersal
Use: gardening
Synonyms:

Bignonia radicans L.

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[1-3] in a house garden, N20/W7, North Ward, Sapporo, near the Institute of Low Temperature Science, HU, on September 8 2018.

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