Hummingbird Vine Plant

Hummingbird Vine Plant

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Hummingbird plant - Campsis Radicans - Hardy Planting Zones - 7a-10b Sun or Shade - Full Sun Mature Height - 2-3' Mature Width- 2-3' Bloom Season - Late Spring to Early Fallf

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Hummingbird Vine Plant - Campsis Radicans

Hummingbird Vine Plants look amazing on a trellis, an arbor or deck railings.

The blooms on this vine can be bright red, orange or yellow when blooming and butterflies, bees and hummingbirds love them. This vine has a woody texture as it matures, so good support will be necessary. They grow best in climate zones 4 through 10 and do great in full to partial sun. They also are adaptable to many different types of soil, making them very easy to grow. The botanical name for these vines is Campsis Radicans.

The Hummingbird vine is also called the trumpet vine. It is a native plant in the southeast of the United States. It does not issue with temperature changes so it can be a wonderful addition to any garden. Which also makes it an easy grower for beginner gardeners and very easy to maintain. The trumpet vine has beautiful dark green foliage that ends up being muted by the large scarlet-orange flowers. The flowers are trumpet-shaped that bloom from the months of July to November. Filled with sweet nectar that the hummingbirds absolutely adore and will continue to come back as long as the plant is not removed. As it is a hardy and vigorous grower areas such as arbors, fences and other areas in your garden that can give it support or that a support area can be easily built for it.

Climate Zone:  4 through 10 Mature Height:  20 to 30 Feet Sunlight:  Full to Partial Sun Soil Type:  Adaptable to Various Soil Conditions

Hummingbird Vine Plant Ships As:  Bareroot Plant