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  • what part of the world are you in? – kevinsky Jul 7 '19 at 12:14

When you say bush, it would be good to know how big it actually is overall, but I strongly suspect it's a Campsis https://www.123rf.com/photo_94779892_trumpet-shaped-orange-flowers-of-campsis-radicans.html variety. It's a vine or climber, but will grow as a sort of rather untidy heap with orange flowers if it does not have a support to climb up.

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  • Thank you. I clicked on your link and that was the flowering bush I have in my yard. – Sue Ebel Holzschuher Jul 7 '19 at 11:50
  • I call it "trumpet vine" , it is invasive in east TX. It doesn't bother me ,but I understand many are allergic to touching it. It will easily go up over 50 ft. – blacksmith37 Jul 7 '19 at 21:32

This could be Honeysuckle...Lonicera sempervirens Honey suckle, Capensis

Check out the serrated margins...? Odd pinnate?

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  • I don't know what species are called "honeysuckle" in the USA, but it doesn't look like any Lonicera I have ever seen, in either colour or shape. – alephzero Jul 7 '19 at 10:29
  • Hey first impressions get dialogue jumpin' donchathink? Grins! What do you think this guy is? Amazing we are supposed to ID stuff with credibility from a photo. Bamboo and you as well, somehow got used to IDing using photos, truly remarkable. It is all good, Alephzero...honest! – stormy Jul 8 '19 at 2:57

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