Trumpet vine (Campis Radicans) is a fast-growing, deciduous vine that can grow as tall as 40 feet and is covered by dense green foliage. Showy red, orange or yellow trumpet-shaped blooms will appear in summer and will continue to bloom and attract hummingbirds until early autumn. When the blooms wilt and drop off, the empty spaces will be filled by long seed pods that will remain on the vine all winter.
Plant vines where they will be exposed to full sunlight, and where the vine will be supported by a wall, trellis or a fence. Trumpet vine will thrive in nearly any soil type as long as it drains well and isn’t soggy. When growing trumpet vine as a hedge, space the plants 36 inches apart in a row 8 inches away from the base of a wire fence, trellis or arbor. Don’t grow trumpet vines right against the house, as this can trap moisture, causing damage over time.
Prefers full sun/part shade (Blooms most in full sun)
Available in 1 year bundles (24-36 inches)