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- Ø 9cmEasy plantCampsis RadicansCampsis Radicans€8.50 As low as €7.65Stock 14The Campsis radicans or Trumpetbloem, as it is also called in the Netherlands,... Learn More
- 50-60cmCampsis tagliabuana Madame GalenCampsis tagliabuana€17.95Stock 38Campsis radicans Madame Galen is a hybrid between Campsis radicans and Campsis grandiflora. This exotic looking, deciduous climber produces... Learn More
- Ø 11cmCampsis radicans FlavaCampsia Radicans Flava€14.95 As low as €13.46Out of stockOut of stockThis award winning deciduous climber produces multiple clusters of large 8cm long yellow, tubular trumpet-shaped flowers for months during summer,... Learn More
- 80-100cmCampsis radicans FlamencoCampsis radicans Flamenco€21.95 As low as €19.76Out of stockOut of stockThis exotic looking, deciduous climber produces multiple clusters of large orange- red trumpet shaped flowers for months during summer, it's... Learn More
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Campsis are vigorous, deciduous, woody-stemmed climbers with flamboyant flowers, native to woodland in China and North America.
It is a genus of flowering plants in the family Bignoniaceae.
They are grown for their bold trusses of orange to red, trumpet-shaped flowers produced on the current season’s growth from late summer into autumn until the frost arrives. Although hardy, they need shelter from cold winds. Campsis need little feeding unless they are grown in very poor soils or in containers. It takes two or three years to establish a strong woody framework of branches before plants begin to flower.
Bud drop may occur due to low temperatures or dryness at the roots, but other than that Campsis are relatively trouble free but can be affected by a few pests and diseases The vigor of the trumpet vine should not be underestimated. In summer, it puts out many tendrils that grab onto every available surface. C
ampsis needs a strong support and room to grow, although accordingly to some gardeners it can be invasive. With adequate care and pruning, trumpet vines can be kept under control. Hard pruning hinders growth and encourages flowering.