A fun, 10-20', semi-evergreen vine native to the southern United States. In late spring and early summer, plants show off masses of pleasantly perfumed, clear yellow, trumpet-shaped flowers backed by high gloss oval leaves. As cold weather sets in the leaves take on a clever bronze-purple hue. ' Margarita', a form selected by the late Don Jacobs of Georgia, is distinct in that it has superior cold hardiness and oversized flowers when compared to average seedlings of the species. For these exceptional qualities the plant was honored with a Gold Medal Award from the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society. In the garden, plants perform admirably in sun or part shade with the support of a fence, trellis or the like.