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Pandorea jasminoides

Pandorea come from Australia and make some of the best conservatory climbers. An evergreen twiner Pandorea jasminoides is a vigorous plant and flowers best if the roots are restricted in a pot, it also performs better if indoors for at least the colder months. If kept outdoors (on a south wall) it will flower sporadically July to November (min -2c) but indoors it will bear large trusses of white to very pale pink flowers with purple pink eyes from March to late December. The shiny leaves are resistant to white fly and red spider. It also does not seem to mind growing right up under the glass. Apart from the flower colour I can see little difference between this and Pandorea jasminoides 'Rosea Superba' both the flower size and season seem very similar. The original of our plant can be seen in the grounds of Reid's Palace hotel, Madeira.

Pandorea jasminoides


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