They especially like Campsis radicans
with their huge orange-red flowers.
(L.) Seem, ex Bureau [Common Trumpet-creeper] (TAC 6573) has been reported in southeast and central Texas.
A total of 21 buildings had at least one of the 6 types of creepers (Vitis vinifera, Rubus, Hedera helix, Hedera helix Eleganttissima', Wisteria sinensis, Campsis radicans
Bertin RI, Barnes C, Guttman SI (1989) Self-sterility and cryptic self-fertility in Campsis radicans
x Campsis radicans
(L.) Bureau x CAPSELLA BURSA-PASTORIS Medik.
Plant species that contained no yeast were removed from list: Hemerocallis fulva, Melilotus alba, Silene noctiflora, Silene vulgaris, Trifolium repens, Vitia cracca, Viola striata Total sample Aureobasidium Candida Plant species N pullulans [dagger] bombi Silene latifolia (F) 366 107 5 Silene latifolia (M) 340 101 6 Asclepias syriaca 3 1 Barbarea vulgaris 3 2 Campsis radicans
1 Coronilla varia 16 8 1 Dianthus armeria 5 Impatiens eapensis 6 3 Iris versicolor 1 1 Lathyrus latifolius 7 3 Leonurus cardiaca 9 2 Lonicera japonica 19 9 1 Lonicera tatarica 1 1 Medicago sativa 2 Melilotus officinalis 2 1 Nepeta cataria 29 9 1 Prunella vulgaris 2 1 Saponana officinalis 17 5 2 Satureja vulgaris 9 Trifolium pratense 18 5 Vicia villosa 2 1 Tota1 sample 858 259 17 Sphaeriothyrium sp.
Other native woody vines included Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia), trumpet-creeper (Campsis radicans
), and mustang grape (Vitis mustangensis).
(especially cordata), Berchemia scandens, Campsis radicans
, Toxidodendron radicans var.
Although Clematis species were not found within about 160 meters of deployed traps, several other vining forbs were found within 33 meters, including honeysuckle (Lonicera sp.), trumpet creeper (Campsis radicans
), greenbriar (Smilax sp.), grape (Vitis sp.), and Carolina moonseed (Cocculus carolina).
This gorgeous climber, with lovely golden yellow trumpetshaped flowers, is called campsis radicans
If you have a tiny yard behind a rowhouse, use trellises to support vines, such as coral honeysuckle or trumpet creeper (Campsis radicans
), that have habitat value.
produces more slender flowers, again in late summerand has the added bonus of being self-clinging.