Ah yes, nature and her design. So magnificent that you can't just recreate it. Look closer. Feels like you're falling into the rabbit hole. This particular one is filled with brilliant pattern, mysterious texture, and bold shape. This is Podranea brycei also referred to as the Queen-of-Sheba or Pink Trumpet Vine.
Now this is one classy vine. It's evergreen pinnate foliage is glossy, rich green, and refined giving us a luxurious look. In spring and summer, year-round in warmer areas, it produces plentiful and posh pinkish-purple trumpets with seductively striped throats. The look is stylishly chic and somewhat unique for trumpet vines. Lavish it with full to part sun, warmth, fertile, well-drained soil, regular water, and the queen will make your scene with sophisticated style and up to 12 feet of dashing grace.