Trumpet Vine

 Trumpet Vines, Campsis Radicans

Botanical Latin Name: Campsis radicans
Common Name: Trumpet vine
Sun Exposure: Partial sun to partial shade
Mature Height: 33 feet
Spread: 10 feet and over
Spacing: 10 to 12 inches
Growth Rate: Very rapid
Flowering Time: Summer
How Long It Flowers: All Summer
Flower Color: Orange-red and red, with a golden throat
Soil Requirements: Moist soils
Pruning: Needs to be pruned hard in the early spring. The vine grows quickly and can grow everywhere, even onto telephone and electrical wires. The plant can become so massive it can take the wires down.
Flower Form: The trumpet vine gets its name from its beautiful, trumpet-shaped flower. Its alternate name is the hummingbird vine because of hummingbirds, with their long, thin beaks, love to drink nectar from this particular flower. The plant is perennial, which means it comes back year after year. It has profoundly toothed, opposite leaflets and clings to surfaces by way of tendrils. It’s a heat-loving plant and is found everywhere throughout the south, though it’s also been seen as far north as Canada.

Image result for Trumpet Vines   Image result for Trumpet Vines   Image result for Trumpet Vines

This plant is a favorite among those who love hummingbirds and butterflies. The trumpet vine is known for its magnificent trumpet-shaped bloom. These lovely flowers attract hummingbirds form everywhere. The plant is very good at climbing on fences or trellises. Their blooms often take the colors of yellow or orange. 

Read more
Ship My Plants required
$0.89

Description

 Trumpet Vines, Campsis Radicans

Botanical Latin Name: Campsis radicans
Common Name: Trumpet vine
Sun Exposure: Partial sun to partial shade
Mature Height: 33 feet
Spread: 10 feet and over
Spacing: 10 to 12 inches
Growth Rate: Very rapid
Flowering Time: Summer
How Long It Flowers: All Summer
Flower Color: Orange-red and red, with a golden throat
Soil Requirements: Moist soils
Pruning: Needs to be pruned hard in the early spring. The vine grows quickly and can grow everywhere, even onto telephone and electrical wires. The plant can become so massive it can take the wires down.
Flower Form: The trumpet vine gets its name from its beautiful, trumpet-shaped flower. Its alternate name is the hummingbird vine because of hummingbirds, with their long, thin beaks, love to drink nectar from this particular flower. The plant is perennial, which means it comes back year after year. It has profoundly toothed, opposite leaflets and clings to surfaces by way of tendrils. It’s a heat-loving plant and is found everywhere throughout the south, though it’s also been seen as far north as Canada.

Image result for Trumpet Vines   Image result for Trumpet Vines   Image result for Trumpet Vines

This plant is a favorite among those who love hummingbirds and butterflies. The trumpet vine is known for its magnificent trumpet-shaped bloom. These lovely flowers attract hummingbirds form everywhere. The plant is very good at climbing on fences or trellises. Their blooms often take the colors of yellow or orange. 

Reviews (0)

Be the first to write a review

Additional info

Depth: 100.00
Min Purchase Qty: 100 units
Description: Campsis Radicans - Hardy Planting Zones – Zones 6-9 Sun or Shade – Sun and Part Shade Mature Height – 36-50 feet Flowers – 2 ½ in Leaves – 4-6 in Mature Width – Flowers – 1 ½ in Leaves 2 in Bloom Season – Spring (March to May)