Mexican Flame Vine
Facts and Care
Average Water Needs – Keep Evenly Moist, Not Soggy
Not Michigan Winter hardy; grow as an annual
Early Spring through Fall
This popular climber will be one of the first plants to bloom in the Spring and one of the last to stop in the Fall. It produces a fragrant, red-orange daisy flower that is great for attracting butterflies. It can be used to climb up a trellis or you can put it in a pot on the patio and let it trail. It will trail about 8 - 10' throughout the course of the season and should be spaced approximately 12 - 15" apart when planting.
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