Salvia species/ hybrids- Los Angeles

 
 
 
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Cultivated plant seen in Los Angeles on 3/10/14.
This is the only picture I have,
Salvia Species?
Flower shape indicates it is Salvia, Looks like Climber/twiner? I donot know whether in Labiates Climbers are reported, But the Salvia is one of the largest genera, with about 900 spp., mainly found in S America.
Could be Salvia greggii 'Furman's Red', common name Furman's Red Autumn Sage with smaller leaves and bright red flowers.
This is just a guess.
Experts kindly validate.
 
 
 
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