Skip to product information
1 of 2

My Store

Trumpet Creeper

Trumpet Creeper

Regular price $25.30 USD
Regular price Sale price $25.30 USD
Sale Sold out

Plant Type: vine
Plant Height: 30-40 feet
Flower Color: orange to reddish-orange
Sun Exposure: Full sun, Partial Shade


Trumpet Creeper is a deciduous vine native to the southeastern United States. It's popular in gardens for its vigorous growth and its ability to attract hummingbirds and other pollinators. The vine is particularly noted for its stunning, trumpet-shaped flowers, which bloom profusely from summer to early fall.

The flowers of the Trumpet Creeper are its most distinctive feature. They are large, tubular, and vibrant, usually ranging in color from bright orange to reddish-orange. These blossoms not only add a bold splash of color to the landscape but also serve as a nectar source for hummingbirds, making the vine an excellent choice for wildlife gardens.

In addition to its flowers, the Trumpet Creeper has attractive, compound leaves that are green and lush, providing a dense canopy of foliage. This dense growth makes it an ideal plant for covering arbors, fences, and walls, or for use as a ground cover in large areas.

The vine is known for its rapid growth and can become quite large, making it important to plant it in an appropriate space where it has room to spread. It can be aggressive in its growth habit, so regular pruning is recommended to keep it under control.

Trumpet Creeper is adaptable to a variety of soil types, but it performs best in well-drained soil. It's relatively drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal care beyond pruning.

The plant's ability to cover structures quickly and its showy, hummingbird-attracting flowers make it a popular choice for gardeners looking to add a dramatic and wildlife-friendly feature to their landscape. However, its vigorous growth habit requires consideration and management, making it best suited for spaces where it can be allowed to spread without becoming invasive.

View full details