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Tecomanthe speciosa, commonly known as Three Kings Vine, is a beautiful flowering vine.




  • Growth Habit: Tecomanthe speciosa is a vigorous, woody vine that can climb and cover large areas, including trees and trellises. In its natural habitat, it can reach lengths of up to 15 meters or more.
  • Leaves: The leaves are glossy, dark green, and pinnate, consisting of multiple leaflets arranged along a central stem.
  • Flowers: The most striking feature of Tecomanthe speciosa is its large and showy flowers. The trumpet-shaped flowers are white with pale pink or red markings, and they are approximately 10-15 centimeters in length.
  • Flowering Season: The vine typically produces its spectacular flowers during spring and summer.


Growing Conditions:


  • Sunlight: Tecomanthe speciosa prefers a partially shaded to shaded location. It thrives in dappled sunlight or areas with filtered light.
  • Soil: This vine prefers well-draining, rich, and fertile soil. It can also grow in slightly acidic to neutral soil pH.
  • Watering: Tecomanthe speciosa requires regular and consistent watering to keep the soil consistently moist. However, it should not be waterlogged, as it can be sensitive to waterlogged conditions.
  • Temperature: This vine prefers a warm and humid climate. It is not frost-tolerant and should be protected from freezing temperatures.
  • Pruning: Regular pruning is essential to manage the growth of Tecomanthe speciosa and maintain its shape. Prune after the flowering season to remove spent flowers and any excessive growth.
  • Support: As a climbing vine, Tecomanthe speciosa requires a sturdy support structure, such as a trellis, pergola, or large tree, to allow it to climb and spread.


Tecomanthe speciosa is a stunning and exotic flowering vine that can add a touch of tropical beauty to gardens and landscapes. Due to its vigorous growth, it is best suited for larger spaces where it can climb and spread freely. As a native plant to certain Pacific Islands, it can also attract and support local pollinators and wildlife, adding ecological value to the area where it grows.

Tecomanthe speciosa

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