Bright reddish-orange 3” trumpet-like flowers adorn this vigorous woody native vine from July through September producing 6” long persistent seed pods, large leaves consist of 7-11 toothed leaflets each 2-3” long, attracts hummingbirds like crazy, drought tolerant, can grow aggressively in the south, host plant for Plebeian sphinx, caterpillars (Paratraea plebeja).
to 20’ (supported)
Plant Hardiness Zones: 4a-10b
Other names: Trumpet Vine
Native Range: Newfoundland across s. Canada, south to FL, east TX & UT, with additional isolated populations in CA & WA
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