With its enchanting orange blooms and trailing growing habit, Сampsis grandiflora is sure to become a colorful accent in the garden.
Commonly known as Chinese Trumpet Creeper, Сampsis grandiflora is a deciduous vine native to eastern and southeastern China. This flowering vine is popular for its fast-growing habit and distinctive orange trumpet-shaped blooms. The plant can grow 20-30 feet (6-9m) long and reach 6-9 in (2-3 m) wide. The blooms are arranged in clusters of large orange trumpet-shaped flowers with a yellow throat. The flowers emerge in summer and have 5 petals each. The foliage of the plant is deep green in color and has a glossy texture. Its elongated shape and serrated edges accompany the distinctive appearance of the flowers and make the plant a good option for growing as an accent plant in the garden.