Native to Australia. Grow at moderate rate to 10 ft., climbing by twining stems. Attractive flowers shaped like sweet peas bloom from late winter to early spring, carried in clusters of several to many. Need light, well-drained soil. Provide support for climbing and cut back after bloom to prevent tangling. Good against trellises in large containers (use soil mix rich in organic matter).Hardenbergia comptoniana
Light, delicate foliage pattern; leaves are divided into three to five dark green, narrow, 2–3-in.-long leaflets. Flowers are violet-blue, 1/2 in. long, and held in long, narrow clusters. Where temperatures drop below 24°F/–4°C, plant beneath an overhang.
Grows 4 to 6 ft. high and wide. Double, pink, midseason flowers, and sporadic bloom throughout the yea...
The basic species is rarely seen, but its many varieties are valuable garden plants, most growing from...
Hardy to –15°F/–26°C. Hybrids between Mollis azaleas and R. viscosum