Cardinal Climber Seeds


Cardinal Climber Seeds

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Small and beautiful red flowers with very attractive palm-shaped leaves. These fast-growing vines grow 10 – 15’ tall to make a beautiful addition to any garden fence or porch column. In addition to being beautiful, their nectarrich flowers also attract hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies.  

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When to Plant in Spring:

  • Earliest Planting Date: 2 weeks after Average Last Frost
  • Latest Planting Date: 5 weeks after Average Last Frost
  • Length of Planting Window: 3 weeks
  • To find your Average First or Last Frost, click here and type in your zip code.

Planting: Nick seed or soak in warm water overnight before planting. Plant seeds ½” deep 6” apart.

Care: Very low maintenance. Train vines by tucking them in andguiding them where you want, so that they don’t become overgrown.

Special Instructions/Tips: Provide a trellis, fence, or other vertical structure for vines to climb and thrive. Place in an entrance or on a fence line, so people can see the small and beautiful deep red trumpet shaped flowers.

Germination: 12 – 17 days

Days to Maturity: 73

Preferences: Plenty of water, full/partial sun, well-draining soil

• Related to the morning glory and moonflower

• The Morning Glory family originated in South America

• If you love hummingbirds, the cardinal climber will be your best friend. Hummingbirds love their sweet red flowers and will be frequent visitors to your garden.


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