Scarlet Morning Glory, Scarlet creeper (Ipomoea hederifolia): Sepals are oblong and 1.5-3 mm long, excluding the sharp pointed tip. The joined petals may be scarlet to yellowish to orange-red and from 2.5-4.5 cm in length. The fruit is a round capsule up to 8 mm in diameter containing a few seeds. Scarlet morning glory is native to America.
Glaucous Cassia, Scrambled Egg Tree, Golden Senna, Singapore Shower, Sunshine Tree, Sulphur-flowered senna (Senna surattensis): Flowers from January through December.
Heliconia Golden Torch (Heliconia psittacorum x spathocircinata): Native to tropical America, they have erect shoots, each composed of a stem and leaves and terminated by an inflorescence of brilliant color, which comes from bracts rather than the actual flower.