Evergreen, Vines, Flowers
Twining vines noted for clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers and for rich green, glossy, divided leaves; the foliage is so attractive that the plants look lovely even when out of bloom. Perform best in good, organically enriched soil. Blooms are borne on previous year’s growth; prune to shape or thin vines after flowering.Pandorea pandorana
Native to Australia, Pacificislands. More vigorous thanP. jasminoides, covering twice the space; give it plenty of room. Small (to 3/4 in. long), unscented spring flowers are typically creamy white, often spotted brownish purple in the throat. ‘Golden Showers’ has golden yellow blossoms. Tougher, more wind-resistant, and less susceptible to freeze damage than P. jasminoides. Moderate water.
Evergreen vining shrub. From the Azores. To 10–15 ft. tall, with dark green leaves divided into three ...
Basic species is rarely seen, but its many varieties are valuable garden plants, most growing from 2 t...
Native to Mexico. To 12–15 ft. tall (possibly to 30 ft. in great age), 9–12 ft. wide. One ...