Campsis radicans. I have severely abused a Trumpet Creeper that I have had for many years. It has never bloomed and has irritated me so much that I have kept trying to rid it of my garden. I guess because it has never bloomed, I just kept digging it out. Well, last year, of course, it popped up again. I finally did feel pity on this vine and let it grow and man did it grow. I will let it grow, but I think that I will move it from its full sun spot to a better full sun spot and take better care of it. It is not my nature to not take care of any plant, but I did not. I understand it blooms on this years wood, so I actually don't get why it never has bloomed. Any specific fertilizer that may be good for this poor old plant. I have seen fabulous vines of this species and they are impressive. I may mingle it with a fragrant honeysuckle that I have, I think that the two flowers may look cool growing together. We have many hummingbirds that frequent our gardens, and I bet they would love it if I moved this creeper to go forward in its life!!