Campsis Grandiflora 'Morning Calm'

Weight:- 800 g

Chinese Trumpet Creeper




South Eastern China


Campsis Grandiflora is a vigorous woody vine with large, trumpet shaped, orange to red flowers, 3" long adorned with golden-yellow throats . It is an evergreen plant in warm regions but loses its leaves in harsh winters. It has pinnately compound, glossy leaves that have oval leaflets with blunt teeth. They bloom sporadically throughout the summers .

This attractive garden plant is a popular garden shrub and is often planted specifically to attract hummingbirds and butterflies to the garden.


'Morning Calm' can be planted in semi-shade to full sun. It withstands clipping and can be trained into a neat hedge, or allowed to bush out into a more informal hedge. To keep this shrub clean and tidy, it must be pruned back in late winter to promote new growth and flowers. Plants can be pruned back heavily if required, and will resprout. The application of a balanced fertilizer after pruning will enhance the growth and flowering.

Landscape Use

Chinese Trumpet is an attractive ornamental garden plant commonly used for screening and decorative purposes, and can also be trimmed to form a hedge.