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Paederia foetida Skunk Vine

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Paederia foetida Skunk Vine

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Seeds from this vigorous climber. It will take over if that is what you need. Plants originate from a woody root-stock and can invade natural and disturbed areas of Hawaii and the southeastern United States. Flowering occurs in late summer to fall, when small, pink or lilac flowers occur in clusters, either terminally or in leaf axils. Fruit are nearly-round, shiny, brown and up to 0. 3 in. 0. 7 cm wide. Skunk vine has the potential to invade a large variety of disturbed and high quality habitats. Currently, it is widespread in Florida and in small areas of other southeastern states and Hawaii. Trailing infestations can completely cover and kill low-growing plants and small shrubs. Climbing infestations can strangle even large trees and restrict light availability to species below. Skunk vine is native to Asia and was first introduced into the United States before 1897 as a potential fiber plant. USDA Zone 6a: to - 11:



Pandorea jasminoides Lady Di White Bower Vine

Seeds of Pandorea jasminoides 'Lady Di' is a beautiful RARE variety of white blossomed climber, with pinnate leaves, often climbing 8 to 10 feet up the trees and shrubs.
Pandorea jasminoides Lady Di White Bower Vine

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Seeds from Pandorea jasminoides Lady Di is a variety of white blossomed climber, with pinnate leaves, often climbing 8 to 10 feet up the trees and shrubs. The large flowers are tubular, ending in five spreading lobes. The flowers are pure white, which gives a vivid look into any garden. This species is widespread in eastern Australia and comes in a variety of different forms. Hardy in zones 8b to 11.



Pandorea Jasminoides Rosea, Pink trumpet vine, or St Johns creeper

Pandorea Jasminoides Rosea or better known as pink trumpet vine or St Johns creeper. This African native is evergreen and has beautiful pink trumpet shaped fowers with a ruby center. Hardy in zones 9a and warmer and prefers full to partial sun.  Very drought tolerant after established.
Pandorea Jasminoides Rosea, Pink trumpet vine, or St Johns creeper

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Seeds from Pandorea Jasminoides or better known as Bower vine. This African native is evergreen and has pink trumpet shaped flowers with a ruby center. Hardy in zones 9a and warmer and prefers full to partial sun. Very drought tolerant after established. Zones 9-11



Pandorea pandorana Wonga Wonga Snowbells

Seeds of the Wonga Wonga Vine is a climber, with pinnate leaves, often climbing 6 to 10 metres up the trees and shrubs. The flowers are large and resemble creamy white tubular bells or trumpets. It is widespread in eastern Australia and comes in a variety of different forms and colours. Pandorea is a twining climber, and very vigorous, so it does need a good support to grow over- a solid pergola is perfect. Zones 9-11
Pandorea pandorana Wonga Wonga Snowbells

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Seeds of the Wonga Wonga Vine is a climber, with pinnate leaves, often climbing 6 to 10 metres up the trees and shrubs. The flowers are large and resemble creamy white tubular bells or trumpets. It is widespread in eastern Australia and comes in a variety of different forms and colours. Pandorea is a twining climber, and very vigorous, so it does need a good support to grow over- a solid pergola is perfect. Zones 9-11.



Petrea volubilis Alba Queens Wreath White Vine

seeds of this hard to find White Queens Wreath vine, Bluebird Vine, Sandpaper Vine (Petrea volubilis Alba). This cold tender climber produces sprays of creamy white star-shaped petals. Blooms in spring and continues into summer in full to part sun. Ideal for warm humid climates, reaching over 30 feet in warmer climates, also can be pot grown to keep it smaller. This plant is an attraction to many butterflies that produces 12 inch long white flowers that look wonderful over fences and arbors. seeds of this hard to find White Queens Wreath vine, Bluebird Vine, Sandpaper Vine (Petrea volubilis Alba). This cold tender climber produces sprays of creamy white star-shaped petals. Blooms in spring and continues into summer in full to part sun. Ideal for warm humid climates, reaching over 30 feet in warmer climates, also can be pot grown to keep it smaller. This plant is an attraction to many butterflies that produces 12 inch long white flowers that look wonderful over fences and arbors.
Petrea volubilis Alba Queens Wreath White Vine

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Seeds from this hard to find White Queens Wreath vine, Sandpaper Vine Petrea volubilis Alba. This cold tender climber produces sprays of creamy white star shaped petals. Blooms in spring and continues into summer in full to part sun. Ideal for warm humid climates, reaching over 30 feet in warmer climates, also can be pot grown to keep it smaller. This plant is an attraction to many butterflies that produces 12 inch long white flowers that look wonderful over fences and arbors. Zones 9 to 11.



Petrea volubilis Queens Wreath vine, Bluebird Vine, Sandpaper Vine

Queens Wreath vine, Bluebird Vine, Sandpaper Vine (Petrea volubilis). This cold tender climber produces sprays of bright blue star-shaped petals. Blooms in spring and continues into summer in full to part sun. Ideal for warm humid climates, reaching over 30 feet in warmer climates, also can be pot grown to keep it smaller. This plant is an attraction to many butterflies that produces 12 inch long blue flowers that look wonderful over fences and arbors.
Petrea volubilis Queens Wreath vine, Bluebird Vine, Sandpaper Vine

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Seeds from this hard to find Queens Wreath vine, Bluebird Vine, Sandpaper Vine Petrea volubilis. This cold tender climber produces sprays of bright blue star shaped petals. Blooms in spring and continues into summer in full to part sun. Ideal for warm humid climates, reaching over 30 feet in warmer climates, also can be pot grown to keep it smaller. This plant is an attraction to many butterflies that produces 12 inch long blue flowers that look wonderful over fences and arbors.



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