Pink Trumpet Vine
Native to South Africa. Sprawling growth to 20 ft.; must be fastened to its support. Glossy dark green leaves consist of two to five opposite pairs of 2-in. leaflets plus one terminal leaflet. Blooms in spring or summer, when tips of new growth produce loose clusters of 2- to 3-in.-wide, red-veined pink flowers shaped like open trumpets.
Grows slowly when young, then speeds up as it matures. Likes heat, good drainage. Use on posts, arbors, trellises, walls, trunks of high-branching trees. Thin out any tangling growth in winter. Light frosts may cause leaves to drop; heavier frosts may kill vine to the ground, but regrowth is almost certain as long as soil doesn't freeze.
Native to South Africa. Sprawling growth to 20 ft.; must be fastened to its support. Glossy dark green...
The most treelike species, to 15 ft. tall and wide. Very large (15-in.) flowers are a peachy apricot c...
Fast growing to 10–12 ft. tall and wide; dull green leaves to 1 ft. long. Sweet-scented, 8&ndash