Trumpet Vine is indigenous to this part of the country and grows very quickly. It is often seen growing on a wall or a fence. It can easily grow to the top of a utility pole. This home owner has built a little trellis and trained the vine to arch across the entrance. It is best to plant these where they are limited in where they spread as they will take over a garden.
The more common color is orange but there are yellow and red varieties as well. The flowers produce a lot of nectar and are a favorite with hummingbirds. After the blooms mature and wither large seed pods or "beans" hang down. I remember playing with these when I was a kid.