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Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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 Campsis radicans
Family: Bignoniaceae
Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine
Origin: Eastern USA to Mexico
Vine or creeperFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

This is a fast growing evergreen vine reaching 30 feet tall. Beautiful red orange tubular blooms with yellow throat that blooms in clusters, each bloom is up to 3 inches long. Starts to bloom in early spring and continues all summer. Can take some frosts, somewhat hardy. Can be trained as a standard. Prune to keep under control. Incredibly beautiful. Once established does not need to be watered or fertilized beyond what nature provides. Can withstand long periods of drought even in growing season and does not seem to stress it at all, it keeps blooming. Propagation Methods: From semi-hardwood cuttings, by air layering. Environmental extremes tolerated. Plant in full sun to part shade and water occasionally in the summer, do not overwater. It is hardy to about 25-30 degrees F. If it is well-established, it should regenerate from the roots if it freezes down to the ground.

Campsis × tagliabuana 'Madame Galen' is a hybrid between Campsis radicans and Campsis grandiflora.

Related species: Distictis buccinatoria.


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 Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis × tagliabuana 'Madame Galen'
Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans likes to find a vertical support.
Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans 'Flava'
Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans 'Flava'
Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans 'Ursynow'
Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis × tagliabuana 'Madame Galen'
Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans 'Flava'
Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans 'Ursynow'
Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans 'Flava'
Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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Campsis radicans 'Flava'
Campsis radicans, Scarlet Trumpet Vine, Red Bignonia, Blood Trumpet, Dynamic Trumpet Vine

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USDA Zone:6a
23 Jun 2019
Trumpet vine is actually hardy to about 25 below zero or even colder. I live where it routinely gets to 5-10 below zero and they are native here. This vine is one of the toughest vines you will ever encounter. It survives heat, cold, drought and all types of soils. The info about this vine on this site is very inaccurate.
Anne Love
Muscat Oman
USDA Zone:?
15 Mar 2010
I have grown Campsis in Almaty, Kazakhstan central Asia where the winter temperatures were down to -20C (-4F) and it grew very well. In autumn the vine lost all its leaves leaving the stems exposed. Only the thinner top parts of the vine were destroyed, the majority of woody stems regenerated new growth in late spring. The long hot summers made the vine produce masses of flowers and seed.
I now live in Muscat Oman here temperature rarely fall below 18C (65F) but in the summer it can reach 50C (122F) Campsis performs well here. During the winter the leaves look sad and yellow and eventually drop when the new leaves are produced in spring. Flowering at the height of the summer.
Judy Close
Edmonton, Alberta
USDA Zone:3
6 Aug 2005
I have grown a Campsis radicans in a very large pot in my greenhouse for about 5 yrs. It is lush and thriving but stubbornly refuses to give me colour, in otherwords, flower. In the fall, I am ruthless regarding pruning, it can handle it. Re-emerges each spring beautifully, but no flowers. I keep it in my greenhouse over winter at 50 degrees, it has no problem with the cold temp. goes dormant and comes to life, vigorously, every spring. I have tried coersion this yr. in the form of 15 30 15 fertilizer, with no luck. Love this plant, but still waiting for flowers.
Judy


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Bignonia campsis. This is a fast growing evergreen vine reaching 30 feet tall. Beautiful red orange tubular blooms with yellow throat that blooms in clusters, each bloom is up to 3 inches long. Starts to bloom in early spring and continues all summer. Can take some frosts, somewhat hardy. Can be trained as a standard. Prune to keep under control. Incredibly beautiful. Once established does not need to be watered or fertilized beyond what nature provides. Can withstand long periods of drought even in growing season and does not seem to stress it at all, it keeps blooming.
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