Common Name: trumpetcreeper
- Zone: 4 to 9
- Full sun to part shade
- Height: 25 to 40 feet
- Spread: 5 to 10 feet
- Bloom Time: July
- Blooms: Orange, scarlet
- Attracts: Hummingbirds
- Tolerates Deer, Drought, Clay Soil
- Native to the southeastern U. S., but has naturalized in many northern states.
Easily grown in a wide variety of soils. Best planted in lean to average soils with regular moisture in full sun to part shade. Foliage grows well in shade, but plants need good sun for best flowering. It blooms on new growth, so early spring pruning will not affect the flowering. Trumpet vine is also commonly known as cow-itch vine because some people experience skin redness and itching after coming in contact with the leaves.
Mature field grown plant shipped bare root.