|Botanical Name||Campsis radicans 'Flamenco'|
|Mature Height||30 Feet|
|Mature Width||10 Feet|
|Light Requirement||Full Sun to Partial Shade|
|Hardiness Zone||Zones 4-9|
|Tolerance||Deer, Drought, Poor Soil|
ℹ With stunning and vibrant orange-red, trumpet-shaped blooms from mid summer to frost and a climbing habit reaching up to 30' tall, Flamenco is definitely a star performer which makes an excellent screen as it climbs trellises, arbors or fences! Eye-catching 3" blooms in terminal clusters truly glow against a backdrop of glossy lush green foliage creating a dazzling show in the landscape. Named after the passionate Spanish dance form, Flamenco was found in 1980 in Germany as an “accidental” seedling, and then added to the Huismann / Holland assortment of Campsis hybrids, replacing 'Campsis radicans.' A self-climber with adhesive roots, it can initially grow without any support, up to 12m high. Nevertheless, a support system is highly recommended.