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Robust North American natives, trumpet vines deliver spectacular floral displays with very little care and absolutely no pampering. Flamenco is a red flowering cultivar with coral-orange throats. It's tubular blooms grow in clusters at branch tips, arching outwards and attracting hummingbirds. The vines produce the most stunning displays in full sun; site accordingly as they are hard to move once established. Prune mature plants heavily in late winter to shape and maintain desired size. Very easy care. Heat, cold and drought resistant.
|Botanical Name:||Campsis radicans Flamenco|
|Common Name:||Trumpet vine, trumper creeper, Virginian trumpet vine, Cow Itch Vine|
|Growing Zones:||Zones: 5-9|
|Sun/Shade:||Full sun/mostly sun|
|Flowers:||Clusters of tubular coral red blooms, hummingbirds' favorites|
|Flower Color:||Red tubular blooms with coral throats|
|Height:||Matures to 20-40 ft, spread of 5-10 ft.|
|Plant/Bulb Size:||1.5 qt. nursery pot|
|Season:||Blooms all summer|
|Bloom Timing:||Early to late summer|
|Pkg. Count:||one 1 year old potted plant|
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