8 Stunning Vines with Pink Trumpet Flowers

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These beautiful Vines with Pink Trumpet Flowers are a must-have to cover walls or train over arbors or trellises! 

Be it a trellis, fence, or pergola, these Vines with Pink Trumpet Flowers cover them beautifully while attracting beneficial pollinators like hummingbirds and butterflies!

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Vine with Pink Trumpet Flowers

1. Pink Trumpet Creeper

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Botanical Name: Podranea ricasoliana

The deep pink flowers of these vines grow in clusters and stand out against the dark green foliage. They bloom in summer and are excellent when planted against the fence or a boundary wall.

2. Pink Clematis Elegance

Botanical Name: Clematis ‘Pink Elegance’

The next on the list of Vines with Pink Trumpet Flowers is Pink Clematis – it can grow up to 8-12 feet long and blooms in late spring and early summer. They’re easy to grow in moist, well-drained soils. Keep it away from full sun, as the flower color might fade prematurely.

3. Rosy Rangoon Creeper

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Botanical Name: Quisqualis indica ‘Rosea’

Rosy Rangoon Creeper displays clusters of small, fragrant, pink trumpe­t flowers. This evergreen to deciduous vine grows from 10 to 40 feet. It grows fast under medium to bright sunlight and requires occasional pruning to keep it in shape.

4. Pink Perennial Morning Glory

Botanical Name: Ipomoea purpurea ‘Pink’

This vine features red-pink flowers with an impressive size of 3-5 inches! It spreads up to 8-10 feet long and blooms from spring to fall. This plant doesn’t ask for much and can even survive in poor, dry soils, which is great for garden edges, fence rows, and roadsides.

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5. Pretty in Pink Jasmine

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Botanical Name: Jasminum polyanthum

With its dainty pink flowers, this vine stands out anywhere you grow it when it gets covered in = spring and early summer blooms, attracting bees.

6. Blush Blossom Mandevilla

Botanical Name: Mandevilla ‘Blush’

A great choice for trellises, it can easily be showcased on patios and balconies. It blooms consistently during warm months, attracting butterflies.

7. Soft Pink Coral Honeysuckle

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Botanical Name: Lonicera sempervirens ‘Pink’

Featuring clusters of dainty pink trumpet flowers, this vine can easily spread up to 12 feet. It blooms in late spring and early summer, making it a magnet for hummingbirds. Most bulk bloom occurs in mid-to-late spring, with peak bloom in early summer.

8. Petite Pink Thunbergia


Botanical Name: Thunbergia grandiflora ‘Pink’

Petite Pink Thunbergia boasts charming small pink flowers in summer. You can also grow it in pots to control its spread and enjoy its blooms in a tight space! Plant it in full to partial sunlight, water it every day and it’s good to go.

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