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Campsis Radicans Flamenco, also known as Trumpet Vine Flamenco, is a stunning and vigorous climber that produces beautiful and vibrant red-orange trumpet-shaped flowers during summer.
This deciduous plant can reach a height of up to 10m (33ft) with a spread of 4m (13ft) and is ideal for covering walls, fences or trellises. Its stems are woody and will need support to climb, making it an excellent choice for creating vertical interest in any garden. The foliage is a lush green and grows in opposite pairs, creating a dense cover.
Flowering time for Campsis Radicans Flamenco starts in late summer and lasts until autumn, with clusters of trumpet-shaped blooms appearing in abundance. The flowers are particularly attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies, making it an excellent choice for wildlife-friendly gardens.
This stunning climber prefers a position in full sun or partial shade, with well-drained soil. It is relatively low-maintenance and can tolerate a wide range of soil types, but will need regular pruning to keep it under control. Ideally, it should be pruned in early spring to remove any dead or damaged wood and to keep the plant within its desired shape and size.
Overall, Campsis Radicans Flamenco is a beautiful and showy climber that is perfect for adding vertical interest and vibrant colour to any garden. Its ability to attract wildlife makes it a great addition to any wildlife-friendly garden too.
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