(Ipomoea quamoclit) The cypress vine has been grown in US gardens since the early 1800s. The most common form is a brilliant red, but this is the harder to find pure white variety. The white blooms are very pretty amongst the very delicate looking airy fern-like foliage. Cypress vine attracts hummingbirds and conveniently grows high enough to be out of the catís reach! Most/full sun - climbs to 15 feet - Annual (re-seeds in areas without freezing winters) - 15 seeds/pack.