Bignonia capreolata 'Tangerine Beauty' Crossvine

$10.00
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Bignonia capreolata 'Tangerine Beauty' evergreen high climber; the red, yellow, orange tubular flowers bloom all summer and are irresistable to hummingbirds!
Zone 5-9
1gallon avail

Reviews

  • 5
    BIGNONIA CAPREOLATA TANGERINE BEAUTY CROSSVINE

    Posted by Eleanor Claybaker on 19th May 2022

    I was thrilled when I opened the box, plants were HUGE and very healthy! They are climbing and leafing out on all the tendrils.

  • 5
    Tangerine Beauty Crossvine

    Posted by James L Bobo on 11th May 2022

    Plants were well packaged and arrived in pretty good shape, considering the heat. I promptly planted them and so far they are doing fine. Thank you.

  • 5
    crossvine

    Posted by Sandra Hawkins on 11th Apr 2022

    cant wait for it to bloom. Came well rooted and packed well

  • 5
    Tangerine Beauty Crossvine

    Posted by Janelle on 3rd Jan 2021

    I was stunned at how large and healthy these plants were on arrival. I bought a dwarf honeysuckle from another company and paid far more for a 3 inch twig. The vines have thrived and even bloomed not long after planting. I can't say enough for the value and quality!

  • 5
    Bignonia Capreolata "Tangerine Beauty"

    Posted by Ruth Sine on 30th Sep 2020

    Received a large healthy plant with good root system.

  • 5
    Tangerine Beauty Crossvine

    Posted by Dawn on 29th Sep 2020

    Excellent service. Plant is very healthy and arrived extremely well packaged.

  • 5
    Tangerine Beauty Crossvine

    Posted by Janelle Goldean on 11th Jul 2020

    This is the best looking set of plants I've ever had shipped and the cost of shipping was quite reasonable. The prices were amazing. Ibhighly recommend this seller.

  • 5
    Blooming out of the box!

    Posted by Katie B on 18th Mar 2020

    Most plants I buy mail-order come looking dead & dormant. Imagine my surprise when I opened the box to find a beautiful blooming cross vine! Mail-order Natives did their job well. It’s all up to me now.

  • 5
    Thriving so far

    Posted by Katie Krotje on 26th Jun 2017

    I should have ordered plants when it was cooler, but took a chance mid-June in Tennessee when it was already in the 90s. So far this little vine hasn't skiped a beat. I planted it in clay, part shade, watered it once and it has started growing up the trellis already!