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Bignonia, any of several hundred species of plants of the Bignoniaceae family, native to warmer parts of the Americas. They usually have creeping or climbing stems and may reach the top of even the highest trees. One of the best known in the United States is the cross vine, which has orange-red, trumpet-shaped flowers.

See also: Calabash.

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