Tangerine Beauty Cross Vine. This cultivar is like the species in all respects except the flower is a soft tangerine-orange color. When grown in the full sun, one will get great repeat blooming throughout the summer. J. C. Raulston of NCSU reintroduced this plant to the gardening public after it was lost in obscurity. We are ever indebted to him for this and numerous other introductions. If kept well fertilized and watered, we have found that it will continue to flower throughout the growing season, but its first flush of flowers in the spring is always the most impressive. The selections in the last picture from left to right are: 'Atrosanguinea,' then 'Jekyll,' then 'Tangerine Beauty' and lastly, the straight species.