Category: Vine - Deciduous
Zones: 4 to 9
Size: To 40'
Growth Rate: Fast
Exposure: Sun, Filtered Sun, Part Shade
Trumpet-shaped orange to red flowers in summer. Attaches with aerial roots and not recommended for planting near structures. Grows horizontally once it reaches a certain height. Opposite, compound, bright green leaves, 7 to 15 serrated leaflets. Attractive to hummingbirds. Prefers rich, moist soil but adaptable. Suckers from the roots.
Native to eastern and central US. Introduced in 1640.
'Radicans' means 'having rooting stems' (Stearn)
Published in J. Bot. 5: 372 in 1867.
Isonym is [plant:CampRadi] (L.) Bureau published in Monogr. Bignon. 2: 16 in 1864. Note from IPNI:
Remarks: Bureau ascribed the comb. nov. to Seemann ("The Journ. of Bot., I, p. 19") and remarked "Bien que M. Seemann ne cite pas le nom de cette espece, il évidemment, et avec raison, l'intention de la comprendre dans le genre Campsis"(= Although Mr. Seemann doesn't cite the name of this species, he (had), evidently and with reason, the intention of including it with the genus Campsis); therefore, "ex" authorship is unwarranted.