Clusters of fragrant 2inch long orange/red trumpets with flaring yellow tips from May to June, compound leaves with branching tendrils that end in adhesive disks, leaves turn red/purple in fall remaining evergreen in the south and hanging on through December in the north, a vigorous climber, attracts Hummingbirds, excellent nectar plant, host for the Rustic Sphinx Moth (Manduca rustica), drought tolerant, can grow in full shade but the result is less flowers, tolerant of acid, clay, and sandy soil.
30-55 feet tall (supported)
Plant Hardiness Zones: 6a-9b
Native Range: MD west through s OH & IL & e. OK, south to c. TX and FL
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