• Mehhiko vanikkuljus "Valge" Cobaea

Mehhiko vanikkuljus "Valge" Cobaea

Cobaea scandens
  • Brand: Aelita
  • In a pack: 5 s.
  • Availability: 1
  • 1.35€

Honey-scented Vine Pollinated by Bats Growing 15 - 25 feet in a single season, Cobaea scandens is often grown as an annual, though it is actually a perennial in its native Mexico and Central America. The distinctive flowers of the white form (alba) are creamy, greenish-white and more uncommon than the purple variety. Cathedral Bells (Cup-and-saucer Vine) will grow rapidly over a fence, trellis, or wall. Its stems cling by branched tendrils that grow on the end of each leaf stalk. A Victorian favorite !

Cobaea scandens White, Mehhiko vanikkuljus Valge

Eng.: Cup-and-saucer vine, monastery vine. Suom.: Kelloköynnös. Sven.: Klockranka. Bot. syn.: Cobaea lasseri Pittier, Rosenbergia scandens.

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