How to  Care For Hummingbird Vine

Hummingbird vines are woody vines that produce striking yellow, red, and orange flowers.

Hummingbird vines grow quickly and are an invasive species. A mature vine may reach up to forty feet in length...

and produce four to ten feet of ground cover. Additionally, the plant’s leaves may cause skin irritation if touched.

The hummingbird vine is a twining climber, which means it climbs support structures....

therefore, it makes sense to plant them near trellises, arbors, or pergolas.

Sandy or clay soil works best for hummingbird vine because they are well-draining and lack organic material.

While hummingbird vine will tolerate partial shade, the plant prefers full sun.

Hummingbird vine also adapts and thrives in most climates but grows best in USDA Hardiness Zones 4–10.

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