Monkey Brush Vine, Combretum rotundifolium, is a tropical vine that is found in the rainforests of South America. It is characterized by its large leaves and showy flowers that can be red, orange, or yellow in colour.
Monkey Brush Vine grows well in moist, tropical environments and is often seen climbing up trees or other structures. The flowers are pollinated by bees and other insects, and the fruit of the plant is eaten by birds.
Monkey Brush Vine is a beautiful addition to any landscape be enjoyed in its natural habitat in South America.