Plants By Type
Crossvine is a great choice to plant in growth zones six through nine and will be up to fifty feet long in the right growing conditions. It can also be up to two feet wide. The botanical name for this plant is Bignonia Capreolata and will ship as a bare root plant. This vine will prefer soils that are dry or moist as well as acidic or calcareous in compositions. Additionally, the soils will also need to be well drained for this plant to develop properly. This plant needs a full sunlight or partially shaded environment to reach its potential. This plant makes a great shrub add to any landscaped area or garden. It will provide amazing blooms and lots of green coloring to an area. This shrub can be trimmed and kept to the desired height for a homeowner. It will also work on fences and brick walls and will grow similar to a vine. It is also a member of the Trumpet Creeper vine family. The blooms are trumpet shaped and are a magnificent peach coloration. They will grow in clusters of five or more all over the plant, and when they are in bloom, they hang down in an elegant fashion. The blooms will begin to appear in the month of March and will be present all the way through the month of May. It is both unique and attractive and brings a lot to any area it is planted in. Truly it is a top choice for any homeowner.