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Hummingbird plant - Campsis Radicans - Hardy Planting Zones - 7a-10b Sun or Shade - Full Sun Mature Height - 2-3' Mature Width- 2-3' Bloom Season - Late Spring to Early Fall

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Hummingbird Vine, Campsis Radicans

Botanical Latin Name: Lonicera
Common Name: Hummingbird Vine
Sun Exposure: Full sun, but will tolerate some shade
Mature Height: Up to 25 feet
Spread: Up to 25 feet
Spacing: 5-6 feet apart
Growth Rate: Rapid
Flowering Time: Depending on the variety, blooms during summer and fall
How Long It Flowers: All summer
Flower Color: Depending on the array, various shades including white, pink, red, and yellow
Soil Requirements: High levels of water retention and nitrogen (pH level: 5.5 to 7)
Pruning: During autumn or winter, use a lopper to cut down overgrown vines to 2 feet. In spring, pinch the tips of new shoots to stimulate bushy appearance.
Flower Form: Honeysuckle vines produce abundant trumpet-shaped flowers with yellow interiors and long stamen. Depending on the specific variety of honeysuckle, these tubular flowers come in a variety of colors including shades of white, pink, red and yellow. They also produce a lovely, sweet fragrance that attracts hummingbirds, bees, and songbirds. The power of the aroma differs across varieties. It also provides sweet nectar that is non-toxic and edible. In some types of honeysuckle, red fruit follows the blooms. Unlike the nectar, the berries may be toxic depending on the variety of the plant. Proper sunlight is essential for flower production as too little sunshine will affect the number and quality of the blooms.

This plant is the perfect plant for hummingbird lovers. These plants have long trumpet-like flowers that attract Hummingbirds from everywhere. These plants generate and are great for trellises and arbors. These plants are also extremely hardy and hard to kill. Hummingbird Vines are the perfect plant for any home. 


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