Flower name

I'd like to know what type of flower this is. My neighbor gave to me & I started from cutting. It vines & has red flowers.
q flower name, flowers, gardening
q flower name, flowers, gardening
  18 answers
  • Nadia Sammartino Sims Nadia Sammartino Sims on Sep 26, 2015
    I think you have a bleeding heart vine. Just planted some myself and I have never had them before. I got them small and had no idea they were vines and they were labeled bleeding heart. When they started to grow it was a surprise, so I looked them up. Can't wait for them to bloom next year.
  • Kathie Elia Kathie Elia on Sep 26, 2015
    Looks like Bleeding Heart to me..
  • Irene Irene on Sep 27, 2015
    Looks like a Bella Fuschia which is similar looking to a bleeding heart .
    • Sandra Myer Sandra Myer on Sep 27, 2015
      @Irene I think Bella fuschia too. Bleeding heart doesn't have the double flower and has smaller delicate leaves
  • Maria Maria on Sep 27, 2015
    • Sharon Sharon on Sep 27, 2015
      I looked that up & you are right. Also called bleeding heart vine, Glory Bower. Thank you
  • Tam Castro Tam Castro on Sep 27, 2015
    not sure , but very pretty,,
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Sep 27, 2015
    It looks like a fuchsia flower of some specific variety.
  • Mary Lebrecht Mary Lebrecht on Sep 27, 2015
    Definitely not bleeding heart, i haven't seen fushia that grew as a vine but might be a variety that does...
  • Tami Tami on Sep 27, 2015
    bleeding heart is a perennial..fuschia is an annual
  • Chesto48 Chesto48 on Sep 27, 2015
    I call these bleeding heart
  • Cc Cc on Sep 27, 2015
    bleeding heart it is.
  • Nadia Sammartino Sims Nadia Sammartino Sims on Sep 27, 2015
    I live in Florida, so I'm guessing they are more common down here in the south as you can see by other responses. I also grew the others when I lived near Syracuse.NY. So, I totally get the confusion. Check them out on line. Look for bleeding heart vines. Gorgeous as they get bigger. Sharon, be sure to provide support. :)
  • Jayne Jayne on Sep 27, 2015
    A bleeding heart, or lamprocapnos
  • Scot_belle Scot_belle on Sep 27, 2015
    Looks to me like.....a begonia of some kind.
  • Sharon Sharon on Sep 27, 2015
    Looked up & common names are bleeding heart vine & glory bower. I Real name is Clerodendurm Thomsoniae. Thank you everyone for your help. Couldn't find name without you all
  • Christie Burgess Christie Burgess on Sep 27, 2015
    I'd say it's a fuschia. Looks like "Swingtime" to me.
  • Derenda Derenda on Sep 28, 2015
    It's a clerodendrum. Sometimes called bleeding heart vine and sometimes glory bower. Grows well in Florida, but some people say it's invasive. Mine grow in pit's since they freeze out here in nc texas.
  • Lisa Salerno Lisa Salerno on Sep 28, 2015
    Agreed it's a clerodendrum.. aka glory bower. had one here in DC, as an indoor plant that I put outside in the summer.. don't have it anymore because I neglected to bring it back in before first frost. Cant find it around here anymore. ah well, I'll be moving soon anyway. love that vine.
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    • Lisa Salerno Lisa Salerno on Sep 28, 2015
      @Teresa, thank you - wish I still lived in Cherry Hill NJ now! I'm considering moving across country to the other Washington, so maybe they'll have some place there I can buy one, or I can get one online.
  • Darrel Rose Darrel Rose on Oct 09, 2015
    You might be able to find out what this plant is by using a app called Plant net it can identify plants just download the app on your phone or tablet