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- Trumpet vine (Campsis radicans), also known as trumpet creeper, is a fast-growing perennial vine.Growing trumpet vine creepers is really easy and although some gardeners consider the plant invasive, with adequate care and pruning, trumpet vines can be kept under control.Keep reading to learn more about how to grow trumpet vine. Trumpet Vine Plant
- Trumpet vines bloom on new stems, so prune early in the spring before growth starts. Cut the plant back to nearly ground level, leaving only a few buds. It is also okay to cut back in late autumn after the leaves have dried and fallen. This kind of aggressive annual pruning is the best way to keep the plant in check.
- Trumpet creeper is an aggressive native woody vine with aerial rootlets on stems that become woody with age. Flowers are tube-shaped in terminal clusters, 5-lobed, to 3 inches long, orange, red-orange, rarely all red. Blooms May–August. Leaves are compound, with 6–10 opposite leaflets (plus one at the tip), ovate-lanceolate, coarsely toothed, with long points. Fruits are podlike
- Trumpet vine can thrive on neglect, actually preferring poor soil to rich, organic soil. If planted in soil with excess nutrients, it tends to put on too much green leafy growth and won't focus on flowering. For the best growth, plant trumpet vine in full sun. This encourages a deep green foliage and an abundance of flowers.
Select a Healthy Trumpet Vine Select small, healthy nursery plants or plant trumpet vine from divisions. ... Choose a Warm Location Plant trumpet vine in a warm location that gets six to eight hours of sunlight daily,. ... Place the Trumpet Vine in the Planting Hole Remove the plant from its pot and place it gently in the hole. Plant Characteristics. An adaptable North American native, trumpet vine grows in U.S. ... Sun and Soil. Trumpet vine will grow in part shade, but it blooms best in full sun. ... Think Twice, Cut Once. Trumpet vine blooms on new wood, meaning that the flower buds form the same year the flowers bloom. ... Raising the Bar. ...