Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Pandorea pandorana 'Snowbells' Wonga Vine

Pandorea pandorana 'Snowbells'
This is a fairly familiar native garden climber and it is one which is both reliable  never failing to put on an extravagant display of flowers at this time of year. It grows over such a broad range of habitats from Tasmania to far north Queensland and can be either a slender plant in dry places or develop a massive trunk in moist rainforest gullies. I like to see it growing up a tree and, even though you miss the up close view of the flowers ,you know it is in flower by the wonderful carpet of blossom on the ground.

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