Petrea Volubilis Plant

Petrea Volubilis Plant. Dig a hole twice the diameter of the root ball and firm in and water once planted. This plant needs strong support and assistance with climbing when young.

Petrea volubilis (Queen's Wreath15) Richard Lyons
Petrea volubilis (Queen's Wreath15) Richard Lyons from www.richardlyonsnursery.com

This plant needs strong support and assistance with climbing when young. A shrubby looking plant with large, rough leaves. It can even be successful in a frost free position in cooler climates.

This plant needs strong support and assistance with climbing when young.

Petrea, purple wreath, or sandpaper vine. You may know this vine by one of its other common names: Volubilis also known as the ‘purple passion plant’ is a tropical climbing plant that will grow well in subtropical areas as well.

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Queen's wreath (petrea volubilis) is a stunning tropical vine that resembles wisteria with its drooping lavender flowers. Petrea volubilis grows best in full sun, it can tolerate light shade, but will not flower in full shade (dave's garden, 2019; Spring summer winter flower description:

A shrubby looking plant with large, rough leaves.

Being an evergreen plant, it will keep its leaves throughout the year. It looks somewhat similar to a tropical wisteria. Petra volubilis (purple passion) petrea kohautiana syn.

Also known as the ‘purple wreath’, and with its masses of hanging indigo blue flowers it.

Shrub, small tree or woody climber to 13 m tall. Make sure plants are watered well until established if planting in a drier period. Use this as a showy creeper once it gets going.

Is native to the west indies and from mexico to panama.

Petrea volubilis is one of the most distinct and beautiful of the cultivated climbers. Before planting, ensure the root ball is saturated and remove the planter bag or pot with minimal root disturbance. Is an accepted name this name is the accepted name of a species in the genus petrea (family verbenaceae).

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