NAME: Hummingbird Trumpet Vine OTHER COMMON NAMES: Trumpet Creeper SCIENTIFIC NAME: Campsis Radicans COLOR: Orange 3-4" trumpet shaped flowers PLANT SEEDS: Fall / Cold stratify 6-8 weeks / Outdoors after frost / Indoors weeks before last frost BLOOM TIME: Summer - Fall HARDINESS ZONE: 4 - 10 PLANT HEIGHT: 20 - 40 Foot Vine PLANT SPACING: 6 - 8 Feet LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun - Part Shade SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average QUANTITY: 25 Seeds OTHER: The Hummingbird Trumpet Vine is fast growing. You can climb it up a fence or a trellis, or simply let it creep across the ground for a blanket of blooms. As the name suggests, it does indeed attract hummingbirds - I have seen it with my own eyes. (I am tired of all the plants that are advertised as hummingbird attractants that fail miserably to attract even a one!) I have found these plants to be quite hardy, and mine have put up with a lot (such as transplanting & an accidental kerosene spill!) and they just keep getting bigger and better!
25 HUMMINGBIRD TRUMPET CREEPER VINE Campsis Radicans Flower Seeds *Comb S/H - B01J68IPJY