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- 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)
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Trumpet Creeper - Campsis Radican
The Northeastern part of the US is where trumpet creeper trees often cultivate, and they do so quite rapidly and intensely. So quickly, in fact, that locals often refer to it as the Hellvine and the Devil's Shoestring. The prime time for blooming with this plant is anywhere between June and September, which is when you will find its gorgeous trumpet-like blossoms with red and orange hues. Although it is quite rare to come across, there have been some instances in which trumpet creepers have bloomed into more of a yellowish tint instead. A wax-like texture is said to be felt when you come into contact with the real petals. The trumpet creeper also has pristine fruit buds that show themselves during this time which grow to be about 3.5 inches long. The leaflets that support these budded structures grow in pairs of four to six, and they can grow up to 12 inches long in size. The leaves are highly recognized for how their colors are arranged in a gradient from dark green on the top, to light green all the way at the bottom.
The trumpet creeper tree will typically grow to vast heights such as 35 feet tall, and it thrives best when it is exposed to full sun. Also be sure to plant it within well-drained soil varieties for the most optimal results. Many people find that adding this specific tree near concrete structures causes hummingbirds to be much more attracted to them. Most people end up being primarily attracted to the trumpet creeper due to the diversity in its multi-layer structure with leaflets, blossoms, and fruit buds. The variety of colors, textures, and need for minimal maintenance adds a great sense of balance to any setting that it is present in.
USDA Climate Zone: 4 - 10
Vine Height: 20 - 40 Feet
Main Vine Width: 15cm in diameter
Soil Type: Adaptable to Various Soils
Sun: Prefers Full Sun
This perennial vine is known for its summer bloom of lovely trumpet-shaped flowers that attract ruby-throated hummingbirds and butterflies. Their petals vary in color from yellow-orange to bright red and are complemented by dark green leaves and light tan, woody bark. The colorful vine rapidly grows by spreading upward and outward when given room to climb. It can provide useful coverage for fences, grounds, and other things like trellises. Frequent pruning will be required to control its zealous stems, especially in early spring and fall. If left untamed, it has been known to consume large areas and ultimately take over trees. Wearing gloves and long sleeves are recommended while pruning to avoid contact with the leaves and flowers that can result in a rash and swell for mammals.