Uncontrolable trumpet vine-HELP
Trumpet vine (Campsis radicans) is such a rampant grower that it's what many gardeners would call invasive. It can send long runners underground and spring up eight or ten feet away from the original vine. You should be able to keep it tamed in the turf with regular mowing, but watch for it in distant landscape beds and tear it out whenever you find it. There are two things that may keep your trumpet vine from blooming--too much shade or too much high-nitrogen fertilizer nearby on the lawn.