Trumpet Vine Pods?

My trumpet vine has green banana shaped pods on it about 6 inches in length. Is this normal? The plant is about 3 years old and produces a few flowers each year. Sorry, I have no photo.


By Sandy

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September 9, 20110 found this helpful

Pods are normal. They will dry a brown color and fall off. Trumpet Vine spreads rapidly from the seeds in the pods and from underground roots. I planted a Trumpet Vine in Texas and it took over an entire flower bed, the fence and grew up the oak trees close by.

My husband hired someone to dig the bed down to three feet below ground level and fill it with new soil to get rid of the vine. The next spring the Trumpet Vine was back just as strong as ever. With Trumpet Vine you need to love it or leave it out of your garden.


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