Chilean Glory Creeper

Also known as:
Chilean Glory Vine, Glory Vine, Chilean Glory Flower
Family:
Bignoniaceae
Origin:
Chile, Andes.

General description

A rapidly growing perennial vine, evergreen or deciduous in colder climates. Leaves bipinnate, 3-7 leaflets. Many orange-red tubular flowers in summer. Seeds have prominent wing that aids dispersal.

Terrestrial; open, sunny, well-drained areas.

Wind

Supresses and smothers native vegetation.

Site management

Recommended approaches

1. Mechanical removal at small sites.
2. For chemical control options contact the ARC Biosecurity team on 09 366 2000 or biosecurity@arc.govt.nz

Caution: when using any herbicide or pesticide PLEASE READ THE LABEL THOROUGHLY to ensure that all instructions and safety requirements are followed.

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RPMS status

Surveillance - Whole Region
National Pest Plant Accord species - nationwide
Chilean glory creeper - Main species image