Despite their exotic appearance these deciduous climber with their toothed, dark-green leaves and trumpet-shaped, yellow/orange almost peach coloured flowers are remarkably hardy in the UK. Not only are they hardy but they are very drought resistant once established and require little attention. Any south facing position with full sun will make these bloom their heads off in late summer often flowering until the first frosts. Full sun in a moist but well drained to well drained soil. Max height and spread 4 meters.