Tangerine Beauty crossvine, a native Texas vine with showy trumpet-shaped blooms and evergreen foliage, has been named the newest Texas Superstar plant.
Tangerine Beauty is known as crossvine due to the pattern inside its crosscut stem. It is a spring-blooming evergreen vine native to Texas and the southeastern U.S.
Greg Grant, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service horticulturist, Smith County, said Tangerine Beauty’s namesake color is much showier than its native relative, trumpet creeper, that sports banana-yellow tubular flowers with maroon highlights. There are also selections of crossvine with colors ranging from orange to red.
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