Crossvine, Cross-Vine, Trumpet Flower (Bignonia capreolata)

Cornelia, GA(Zone 7a)

Crossvine, Cross-Vine, Trumpet Flower
Bignonia capreolata


Bignonia capreolata - Cross-Vine

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Saint Louis, MO

This is a lovely vine. I would love to have this in my garden. How can I purchase this?

West Barnstable, MA

I have an old oak and a tall stump of a maple and would like to have the crossvine grown up these...BUT will they grow on Cape Cod???

Washington, DC

I have just built a pergola over a section of a rear deck. I am researching vines to complete the "roof". The vine will have to live in a large container, climb up a 10' post and cover a 10'*20' area. It will get @ 8 hours of sun. I live in Washington, DC. Would Bignonia capreolata "jekyll" be a good option for me?

Northern California, United States(Zone 9a)

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Ridgewood, NJ

Capemanx: Yes! These flower/vines grow like mad on the house we rent in Brewster. They are beautiful and attract lots of hummingbirds.

Mid-Hudson Valley, NY(Zone 5b)

I was just admiring these pictures and wondering if this vine is as woody as a trumpet vine. By that I mean do they develop a large woody trunk at their base or do they stay relatively green more like the clematis? I'm in the Hudson Valley, NY.

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