This deciduous vine will crawl along the ground unless given something to climb, and can reach heights of 20 ft. Oppositely arranged oval leaves with pointed tips. Clusters of ~20 orange trumpet-shaped flowers at branch tips, bloom May-July. The fruit is a cluster of small red-orange berries. A great addition to bird and butterfly gardens.
|Riparian Forests, Bottomland Forests, Mixed Hardwood-Conifer Forest or Woodland
|North slopes, thickets, and creek and river banks.
|up to 20 ft
|moist or dry soil
|Attracts birds, butterflies, pollinators.