The Trumpet Vine. This exotic looking climber is perfectly hardy with us. It is easy to propagate as it climbs using aerial roots.
Now is a good time to take semi-ripe cuttings. You cut a woody but flexible length, trim to just below a leaf node and to just above the next node up so that you end up with about a six inch piece. Remove all leaves apart from one pair on the top node and stick into the edge of a pot filled with damp compost. Leave for the winter in a sheltered place and pot on in the spring. The RHS website has more details on semi-ripe cuttings.