Plant trumpet vine seeds 1/4" deep directly in garden soil or into a deep, soil-filled container. Trumpet vines prefer full sun, but can also thrive in partial shade. More »

Trumpet vines are a hummingbird favorite and can be used in a landscape location that receives full sun to partial shade. The plant will bloom more profusely when located in an area that receives full sun. More »

Growing trumpet vines from seeds requires only a few gardening tools, compost, water and a trellis or other structure to support the vines. Trumpet vines are hardy, fast-growing perennials that adapt easily to almost any... More »

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