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Sarcostemma cynanchoides Milkweed vine

Starter plant of this hard to find Climbing Milkweed vine Sarcostemma cynanchoides.  Native to the southern USA from Florida to California, commonly twining through shrubs, fences and other supports. Sun loving vine for butterflies is hardy in zones 8-11. The greenish-white to pink petals are fringed with white hairs but the stems and lanceolate to heart-shaped leaves are smooth. Flowers are followed by pairs of pods full of seeds with silken parachutes. This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and birds
Sarcostemma cynanchoides Milkweed vine

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Starter plant of this hard to find Climbing Milkweed vine Sarcostemma cynanchoides. Native to the southern USA from Florida to California, commonly twining through shrubs, fences and other supports. Sun loving vine for butterflies is hardy in zones 8 to 11. The greenish white to pink petals are fringed with white hairs but the stems and lanceolate to heart shaped leaves are smooth. Flowers are followed by pairs of pods full of seeds with silken parachutes. This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and birds.



Secamone laxa Klack

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Secamone laxa Klack

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Here I offer one of those things that I bought because I had never even heard of it. Turns out that there is very little that Google knows about this plant That is when I wrote this, but I am sure they will catch up. It is an African Vine from the island of Madagascar. It is listed as a Herb, Shrub, Vine, or Liana. I would call mine a vine.I would think that this plant is not hardy and therefore cannot even get close to freezing temperatures. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11



Senecio confusus Mexican Flame Vine

FREE SHIPPING -3 inch pot- Mexican Flame Vine or Senecio confusus with leaves of small soft green ovals. This beautiful vine is hardy to zones 8 and above. From late spring until early fall this vine is covered with these beautiful orange blossoms. This vine can grow 10'-12' and can put on a long show near a patio. I am sure you could overwinter this in the house in colder climates. In pots, it does require quite a bit of water. Keep this plant in sun to partial shade, the more sun this plant gets, the more it blossoms. -Feel free to browse my flower photo gallery online.
Senecio confusus Mexican Flame Vine

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Starter plant from Mexican Flame Vine or Senecio confusus with leaves of small soft green ovals. This vine is hardy to zones 8 and above. From late spring until early fall this vine is covered with these orange blossoms. This vine can grow 10 to 12 feet and can put on a long show near a patio. I am sure you could overwinter this in the house in colder climates. In pots, it does require quite a bit of water. Keep this plant in sun to partial shade, the more sun this plant gets, the more it blossoms. Zones 8 to 11



Stephanotis floribunda Madagascar Jasmine

Starter plant 5-12 inches of Stephanotis floribunda Madagascar Jasmine  Waxflower, Hawaiian Wedding Flower. Its fragrant trumpet shaped blooms are in season year-round, and are a popular component of bridal bouquets. It is vigorous climber, tough stemmed, bearing dark green leathery leaves, which grow in pairs at regular intervals along the vine. Stephanotis floribunda grows best in sunny, tropical conditions, or inside. They can grow from 6-18 feet, and are widely cultivated as garden plants.  Use well drained soil and fertilize once a month. Zones 8-11.
Stephanotis floribunda Madagascar Jasmine

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Quart plant 5 to 8 inches of Stephanotis floribunda Madagascar Jasmine Waxflower, Hawaiian Wedding Flower. Its fragrant trumpet shaped blooms are in season year round, and are a popular component of bridal bouquets. It is vigorous climber, tough stemmed, bearing dark green leathery leaves, which grow in pairs at regular intervals along the vine. Stephanotis floribunda grows best in sunny, tropical conditions, or inside. They can grow from 6 to 18 feet, and are widely cultivated as garden plants. Use well drained soil and fertilize once a month. A great indoor plant. Sun to part shade. Zones 9 to 11.



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