Thunbergia fragrans (White Lady)

The Tropical Flowering Zone

Thunbergia fragrans (White Lady)Thunbergia fragrans (White Lady) Aka Sweet Clock Vine, and White Thunbergia, is a vigorous, woody vine native to India and Southern Asia, but widespread in the tropics including Florida, Hawaii, Australia, New Caledonia, French Polynesia, Caribbean and Indian Ocean islands, southern Africa and Central America. This twining vine has small, triangular-ovate leaves that can have entire to finely toothed margins. They are a medium, soft green color and occur oppositely on the stems. The flowers of this vine are 1 1/4 inches long and may appear singly or in clusters.The Sweet Clock Vine should be grown in an area of the landscape that receives full sun to partial shade. It prefers well- drained soils and is moderately drought tolerant. Use the Sweet Clock Vine carefully because it can be an aggressive climber it is not maintained with regular clipping.

This is a habit photo. This plant is already climbing on…

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