Trumpet Vine is a flowering, sprawling plant that produces orange and red trumpet-shaped blossoms that attract hummingbirds. The leaves are opposite each other and divided into 7 to 10 leaflets. It is commonly grown as an ornamental, but in many areas of the Eastern United States it has become an invasive weed, smothering desirable plants, trees, fences and poles. Trumpet Vine can climb or sprawl up 40 feet.
Trumpet Vine likes low, moist areas and grows throughout the United States.
Related or Similar Plants
Chinese Wisteria, Trumpet Creeper and other woody vines