Campsis x tagliabuana
Common Trumpet Creeper
Vigorous climbers used for large scale effects, quick summer screens. All bear radiant, orange-toned blossoms shaped like flaring trumpets, in clusters at branch tips midsummer to fall. Glossy leaves are divided into 2 1/2-in., ovate leaflets. Stems have aerial rootlets, cling to wood, brick, stucco, and other surfaces. Unless pruned and tied to supporting surface, old plants can become top-heavy and pull away. Each dormant season, shorten some branches and thin others. Pinch back shoot tips in summer to keep plants bushy. Plants spread by suckering roots; pull any that appear. If older plants become unmanageable, cut to ground before spring growth begins and train a few strong new stems.Campsis x tagliabuana
Hybrid between Campsis grandiflora and Campsis radicans. Grows 30 to 40 ft., produces salmon red to red flowers, depending upon variety.
More upright (to 10–12 ft. high and wide) than Eleagnus pungens, with thornless branche...
Native to China, Japan. Has rather rigid, sprawling, angular habit of growth to 10 to 15 ft. high and ...
Fragrant, 1 1/2-in.-long flowers appear in late winter, early spring, with occasional sporadic bloom i...