Top 8 Vines That Have Beautiful Red Flowers
Lipstick Vine:This plant gets its name because its flowers look like tubes of lipstick. Native to Southeast Asia, it’s a vine that likes to grow on other plants and should be planted outdoors in hardiness zones 10 to 11.
Trumpet Honeysuckle:This red flowering vine is native to the eastern part of the United States and is mainly found in the Southeast. It has a twining habit and can grow over 20 feet in length.
Red Mandevilla Vine: this fast-growing tropical vine grows between 3 to 10 feet tall and has a 3 to 4 foot spread. It grows best in hardiness zones 10 to 11, where it’s a perennial.
Trumpet Vine:It can climb as high as 33 to 40 feet and branches can reach as much as 7 feet from the main stem.
Red Jade Vine: the red jade vine can also be grown in the United States in hardiness zones 10 to 11. The vine can grow as high as 100 feet, and it needs something very sturdy to grow on, such as a trellis attached to your house.
Red Morning Glory:The vine can grow longer than 10 feet and has a spread of between 5 and 20 feet. It produces heart-shaped leaves and clusters of red flowers with orange throats whose nectar attracts a variety of pollinators.
Bougainvillea:this vine grows up to 40 feet high with a 1 to 2 foot spread. It clings to arbors, trellises and the side of your house with its thorns.
Scarlet Runner Bean: it needs full sun and has a wider range of hardiness zones than some of the other mentioned vines. The scarlet runner bean can flourish in hardiness zones 7 to 11.