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Pileostegia viburnoides

Long leathery shiny pointed leaves make this a lovely evergreen self clinging climber. The large bunches of cream white flowers appear in the late summer. Pileostegia viburnoides can be grown in any aspect including north and shaded walls. Slow growing, especially at first, it may be a number of years before reaching flowering size. Introduced from India and Southern China in 1908 by Ernest Wilson it received an A.M. in 1914

Pileostegia viburnoides

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Seen here in the autumn against a back drop of red Parthenocissus quinquefolia leaves in our garden on a north wall