Beaumontia grandiflora, also called Herald’s Trumpet is a native of the Himalayas. This beautiful plant can reach 9-15' ft tall and makes nice cut flowers that can last for a long time.
Magnificent white flowers appear from spring to fall. The trumpet-like flowers measure from 4-5 inches wide. The flowers have a light sweet smell.
Beaumontia is a climbing vine that can be very vigorous but can also trained into a small tree. The foliage is semi-evergreen. The leaves are glossy green on the upper surface and dark green and hairy underneath. The plant produces oblong green fruits from the end of summer to fall. After the blooming season, the plant loses its leaves. Hardiness zones 9+
Other Names: Easter Lily Trumpet, Nepal Trumpet Flower