Trumpet Vine
Trumpet Vine
Trumpet Vine
Trumpet Vine
Trumpet Vine

Trumpet Vine

Regular price $6.00

The Trumpet Vine is a deciduous vine found in thickets, dry woods, railroads and long fencerows. Vines should be thinned throughout the groFew shrubs are easier to grow than ninebark. This North American native tolerates an array of weather conditions and is largely left alone by animal pests. Newer selections bear foliage in bold shades of purple and gold. It may suffer from powdery mildew, especially during extended periods of wet weather but is otherwise virtually carefree. The common name comes from the bark, which continually molts in thin strips, exposing a new layer of bark, as if it had “nine lives”.

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Growth Rate Moderate
Mature Size Easily reach a height and length of over 40 ft if left unchecked
Soil Wet to dry soils; sand, loam or clay soil types
Light Full sun for best flowering
Leaves Oppsite bright green leaves 4-12 inches in length and composed of 7-11 leaflets
Flower & Fruit Showy yellow-orange to red trumpet-shaped flowers appearing in summer all through into fall, 3-4 inches long; Flat tapered capsules, 4-8 inches long with seeds that are flat and winged
Benefits One of the best plants for attracting hummingbirds and butterflies, as it produces exceptional amounts of nectar. Vines also provide habitat for ants. Often used as a cover for fences, arbors, walls or pillars.

Fall Sale 2020, all orders will be shipped directly to customer with a 30% shipping charge due to covid-19 concerns

The information below ONLY APPLIES to Spring Sales

Please note that trees, shrubs, packets, and products will not be delivered by mail. Your order will be batched together and made available for pickup at a specified and location.

During Checkout please choose one of the the following locations and dates:

  • April 10 & 11 at the Sanilac County Fairgrounds
    • 171 Dawson St., Sandusky, MI
  • April 17 & 18 at the Goodells County Park- Exhibit Barns.
    • Goodells, MI (Use the M-21 entrance at the north end of the park)
  • April 21 & 22 at the Armada Fairgrounds
    • 74280 Fair St., Armada, MI
  • April 24 & 25 at Sterling Heights Dodge Park
    • Farmer's Market Pavilion, 40629 Utica Rd Sterling Heights, MI 48313

    Trees/Plants are primarily sold as Bare Root Stock. District Liability ceases when orders are picked up. Seller is not liable for improper handling or planting of plants after consumer has possession. The Blue Water CD is not liable nor guarantees survivability.