NAME: Cardinal Climber Vine
OTHER COMMON NAMES: Viola / Violet
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Ipomea Multifida syn. Ipomea Sloteri & Quamoclit Multifida
PLANT SEEDS: Outdoors after frost / Indoors weeks before last frost
PLANT HEIGHT: 182 - 240"
PLANT SPACING: 24"
BLOOM TIME: Summer - Fall
HARDINESS ZONE: N/A
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average
QUANTITY: 30 Seeds
OTHER: The Cardinal Climber is a huge HUMMINGBIRD lure with its dark red 1” long trumpet shaped blooms. Coupled with the lovely palm-like leaves, it is an excellent choice for fences, arbors, and trellises or as a groundcover.
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Apr 17, 2021
LOVE THE COLOR. IS ALSO PERENNIAL
Apr 5, 2021
Seeds arrived quickly but cannot plant them until after our last frost in May. I think they will germinate easily-looking forward to seeing the beautiful red flowers on the trellis!
Apr 3, 2021
Seeds arrived quickly and in good condition
Apr 1, 2021
The cardinal climber seeds have sprouted very well. I soaked them overnight and slightly scored the ones that didn't soften as well. I hope to plant them once the soil Temps get warmer.
Mar 26, 2021