This is a Dutch cultivar from 1988 by Henk Kujif and Sons. Has showy flowers densely arranged, about 15 - 25 flowers per tuft, which open progressively. Like the 'Grandiflora,' the flowers are somewhat spaced out and not as close together as with the varieties of Campsis radicans. It may develop seedpods. 'Indian Summer' is a self-climber and develops adhesive roots, but it is best to provide it with a support system, which allows it to grow like 'Madame Galen' up to about 10m high. Good frost resistance. Refer to the trumpet vine general information for guidance on location, pruning, suitable cable systems, etc..
(Campsis tagliabuana 'Indian Summer'®, Kujif / Holland, protected cultivar, reproduction/propagation prohibited.)