Yellow trumpet shaped blooms adorn this vigorous climbing vine late summer to autumn. Best when planted on a trellis or fence, and great for attracting hummingbirds! Be patient with this fast grower, it may take warm spring temperatures for the vine to break dormancy. Once the vine breaks dormancy it will be very happy to cover your fence, trellis or other structure.
Planting Tip: Neglect this plant, yes that is correct! Trumpet vines prefer poor unfertilized soil in order to bloom. They are in the legume family which means they fix nitrogen in the soil, meaning that excess nitrogen will cause more green growth and less blooms.