Bignoniaceae – Trumpet-creeper Family

Plants in the mostly tropical Trumpet-creeper Family (Bignoniaceae) are perennial herbs, shrubs, trees, and usually woody vines with 1-3 pinnately compound, palmately compound, or rarely simple leaves and showy, bisexual, and tubular, funnel-shaped, or bell-shaped flowers with a 5-lobed corolla and a superior ovary. The fruit is usually a dry, elongated, 2-valved capsule.

Listed below are some of the Hawaiian plants in this family.