'Indian Summer' is a deciduous and vigorous trumpet creeper. This climber is self clinging with large toothed, dark-green leaves and trumpet-shaped, deep orange flowers in late summer.
This variety is less invasive than other Campsis.
At a Glance:
Blooms from midsummer to early Autumn.
It is particularly heat, cold and drought tolerant
Tolerates a wide range of soils but will thrive in a moist, well drained soil in full sun or partial shade
Excellent for growing on garden structures (trellises, fences, arbours)
This variety flowers on new growth and therefore should be pruned in late winter or early spring. Cut back branches to around 4 buds as this will encourage a more compact shape and will promote the development of flower buds