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Trumpet (Hummingbird) Vine

Product Description
The Trumpet Creeper Hummingbird Vine (Campsis radicans) is a high-climbing, aggressively colonizing woody vine to 35 ft., climbing or scrambling over everything in its path by aerial rootlets. The pinnately compound leaves with 4 to 6 pairs of leaflets and a terminal one on an axis up to 12 inches long. Leaflets dark green on the upper surface, lighter on the lower, broadly to narrowly ovate, with coarse teeth, an elongate tip, and a rounded to wedge shaped base, the blade extending along the petiolule (leaflet stem) to its base. Flowers showy, waxy, broadly trumpet shaped, up to 3 1/2 inches long, orange to reddish orange, clustered at the ends of branches, appearing throughout the summer. Fruit a pod up to 6 inches long with 2 ridges running lengthwise, tapering more gradually to the base than to the tip, and roughly round in cross section. The vine is a towering, fast growing plant that hummingbirds & birdwatchers find irresistible! Orange/Red trumpet shaped flowers will decorate your garden from June through September.

HEIGHT: 12-36'
Plant 3-6’ apart

Prefers full sun

Zones 4-9

What you are purchasing is 1 bundle of Trumpet Creeper Hummingbird Vine (12-18") at a quantity of your choosing, shipped bare root and wrapped in a moisture retaining bundle. Handle with care.
$3.99
Maximum quantity available reached.

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R.
Give it time to start growing

So when I got my two plants, they looked so dead. Like flakey, hopeless sticks. But I soaked them in water as recommended and stuck them into two different pots. I purchased mine in mid-March, and as of mid-April, at least one is starting to show growth at the nodes. The other one...well my dog pulled it out and started chewing on it so we'll see how that survives 😥. I looked at other sites online and realized that these really take some time to come out of dormancy. But just be patient! I'm in zone 7 and have been placing the pots in full sun for the past few weeks (temps are now in the 70's). I'm just about ready to plant them in the ground and hope they'll grow well!

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D.F.
Hummingbird trumpet climing plant

Nice startings for this. I can't wait to see it start growing!

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