Podranea ricasoliana Seeds
Podranea ricasoliana or Port St Johns Creeper is a fast-growing evergreen climber with woody stems and glossy green leaves.
From November to March large bunches of fragrant lilac-pink, trumpet-shaped, foxglove-like flowers are produced. It does best in full sun, in nutrient-rich, well-drained soil and benefits greatly from regular applications of well-rotted compost and plenty of water in summer.
An established plant is tolerant of heat, strong sunlight, wind and periods of drought. It is tolerant of light frost and should survive a winter minimum of -7°C although it is better suited to frost free gardens.
Young plants require protection from frost, and if an established plant is cut down by frost, it should resprout in the spring.
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