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     If you're not sure whether you've seen Trumpet Vine, you haven't.


     Large, red-orange, trumpet-shaped blooms spill over evergreen shrubs and sprawl along garden paths -- perfect for hummingbirds, native bees, beetles and other pollinators.


     Trumpet Vine is easy to grow -- in fact, controlling its growth may be the bigger challenge.  It makes a great ground cover if left to sprawl, and it likes to climb.


     Trumpet vine gets heavy with age and therefore should have adequate support.


     Read our blog on the Trumpet and other vines here.  3rd photo by Andrea_44.


Trumpet Vine

1 Gallon
    • Latin: Campsis radicans
    • Pollinator value: Very High.
    • Size: 30- to 40-foot vine, 4 to 10 feet wide
    • Light: Full sun to part shade
    • Soil: Moist, well drained
    • Bloom: 3-inch red/orange summer
    • Foliage: deciduous
    • More information and native range here 
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