Trumpet flower side view, showing large stigma; The trumpet flower stigma (left) is noted for its size and the petals (right) for
their violin-like shape. Original label on slide: 445; From Natural Gardens (pages 340-341): "Perennials
with nodding large flowers with enormously expanded stigmas resembling an umbrella;
5-parted with thick sepals and prominent drooping petals: leaf petioles modified
with water retaining vases, topped at on side by the smaller leafblade. For fuller
account of these insect consuming plants see chapter on the savannahs. In grass-sedge
bogs or savannahs, eastern and central. Spring."; From Natural Gardens (page 341):
"KEY TO SPECIES: Plants over 15 in. high."