Cross-Vine Plant- 12-18"
- Crossvine – Bignonia capreolata is a fast-growing vine with tangerine-colored blooms that blossom late spring through the summer. The Crossvine’s flowers hang in clusters of two to five and attract various forms of wildlife including hummingbirds, be
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Cross Vine -Bignonia capreolata
Cross-Vine Plant – Bignonia capreolata is a fast-growing vine with tangerine-colored blooms that blossom late spring through the summer. The Crossvine’s flowers hang in clusters of two to five and attract various forms of wildlife including hummingbirds, bees, and other insects. During winter months, the semi-evergreen leaves change from a dark green to reddish-purple.
Cross-Vine Plant can be an excellent addition to any home's landscape and exterior decor. Bignonia capreolata is also known as The Tangerine Beauty Crossvine for its vibrant, orange flowers. The blooms of this plant are one of its most pleasing aspects. The orange-red, trumpet-shaped flowers can reach sizes of 2 inches long and 1 1/2 inches in width. With its beautiful colors and attraction to wildlife, Crossvine can provide hours of enjoyment for the entire family. Cross-Vine Plant is also a remarkably vigorous plant with a zone 6 hardy rating and is highly adaptable to growing in various climates and conditions. It thrives best with regular weekly watering, but in hotter climates, more frequent watering will be required. Reaching heights of up to 50 feet, Crossvine offers a variety of landscaping solutions and can add lots of curb appeal to any home's exterior. Crossvine attaches itself to surfaces using tendrils with claws at the end of each one. These tendrils allow the plant to connect itself to stone, brick, and fences without support making it ideal for adding privacy and decoration to patios, walls, and windows. The Tangerine Beauty Crossvine also makes a great landscaping tool as a container, espalier, and is an excellent choice for a wildlife garden. This hardy vine can grow and thrive in a variety of soil types including acidic or calcareous soils, sandy, sandy loam, and clay. For maximum growth and development, Crossvine should be planted in full sun, but Crossvine can also grow well in partially shaded areas as well.