Petrea volubilis (Queen's Wreath) - An evergreen clambering and twining vine that in Central America can grow to great heights with support (25-40 feet) but in cultivation is more often seen as a espalier subject or a smaller vine though plants to 20 feet have been noted in Southern California. The flowers come in raceme reaching over 1 foot long, the flowers lasts a couple of days but the blue calices remain much longer, slowly turning gray. A twining vine with rough green leaves and spectacular tall clusters of purple flowers. Botanical name. ©TTmagazine.info, 2007 - Being an evergreen plant, it will keep its leaves throughout the year. rare plants - fragrant flowers - exotic fruit: 1-866-897-7957. rare plants - fragrant flowers - exotic fruit.    Caring for Petrea volubilis. A twining vine with rough green leaves and spectacular tall clusters of purple flowers. Petrea volubilis. Pictogram Guide you may also see symbol definition in a pop-up window by mouse-pointing on pictogram. This catalog is for information only. We also often hear many customers say “it looks just like a lilac.” This vine does not have a fragrance. This cold tender climber produces sprays of bright blue star-shaped petals. It likes warm and humid conditions. Flowers purple; vine. Queen’s Wreath is easy to care for. ©Top Tropicals LLC, 2003 - It was originally purchased from Logees and stays year round in the dome which does not go below 40 degrees F. It began minimally flowering after two years and is now, year 3, in a much larger container. It likes warm and humid conditions.

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Petrea Volubilis purple (Sandpaper vine, Queen Wreath vine, Florida Wisteria) Easy to grow rare tropical Petrea Volubilis(Sandpaper vine. It produces dangling clusters of purple flowers that come in raceme reaching over 1 foot long. A vigorous, … This very unusual plant, sometimes called purple wreath, is a delightful woody-stemmed evergreen creeper. Using TopTropicals.com images, Link to this plant: https://toptropicals.com/catalog/uid/petrea_volubilis.htm. This is a popular tropical vine that resembles a Wisteria or lilac. Although Petrea species do require constant moisture they do not liked to be waterlogged, so allow soil to begin to dry out a little between watering. Petrea volubilis v. Albiflora is the white flowering species. ONLINE STORE New Guinea Trumpet Vine (Tecomanthe dendrophila). sun exposure : Full Sun. Petrea volubilis is one of the most distinct and beautiful of the cultivated climbers. Seeds of this hard to find Queens Wreath vine, Bluebird Vine, Sandpaper Vine (Petrea volubilis). A twining vine with rough green leaves and spectacular tall clusters of purple flowers. Complete list of plant cultivation articles, Tropical fruit trees and their cold hardiness (PDF), Top Tropicals guide to late-season plants (Fall through Early Spring) in SW Florida (PDF), Top Tropicals guide to tropical fruit trees and their cold hardiness in SW Florida (PDF), SUNSHINE Megaflor - Bloom Nutrition Booster. It is a semi-shrub and semi-climber and the small wooden trunk develops artistic curves over the years. Petrea volubilis is hardy into the high 20°s F … Ships in 4″ pot. Huge drooping panicles of long lasting, lavender, star-shaped calyxes that are centered by royal purple 1/2'' rounded verbena-like flowers that may be produced anytime between January and August. We also often hear many customers say "it looks just like a lilac." This item Plant Nursery Online Petrea Volubilis Creeper Seeds -Live Seed with Pots - Pack of 8 Generic Exoticflora Creepers And Climbers Petrea Volubilis Creepers & Climbers Healthy Live Plant With 6 Inches Fibre Pot (Real Flowering Creeper And Climber For Garden And Home) $4.99 + $4.10 shipping . Petrea has several common names; Queen’s Wreath, Purple Wreath, Sandpaper Vine, Tropical Wisteria, Bluebird Vine, and Fleur de Dieu. Description. It is sometimes called Queen's Wreath, Sandpaper Vine, Purple Wreath, or Blue Bird Vine. Immediately you will notice the main building, where a large covered terrace, surrounded by greenery, like tabacones (Anthurium salvinii), Cacho de Venado (Platycerium bifurcatum) and Machiguá (Petrea Volubilis) welcomes all visitors. Petrea volubilis Petrea volubilis in the garden of Anne Prescott, Sydney. Campus. Once established in the ground, it is quite resistant to wind and drought, and is moderately tolerant of salt air. type : Evergreen, Vines / Ground Covers. water : Regular Water. Petrea volubilis - Queen's wreath, Sandpaper vine. It likes warm and humid conditions. It resembles Wisteria (which does not grow in South Florida), making it a popular substitute option. Click on image to enlarge. In addition, it can be left unsupported in the ground to grow as a rounded shrub or simply be maintained as a containerized plant. $9.96. Petrea Petrea volubilis Other Common Names: Sandpaper vine, purple wreath, Queen's wreath Synonym: Petrea kohautiana Family: Verbenaceae Petrea featured in the 11-09-2020 edition of Get Results Gardening, a newsletter-style, mini-magazine for Australian homeowners and other gardeners, with an emphasis on the subtropics and South East Queensland. //--> Petrea volubilis (Queen's Wreath) - An evergreen clambering and twining vine that in Central America can grow to great heights with support (25-40 feet) but in cultivation is more often seen as a espalier subject or a smaller vine though plants to 20 feet have been noted in Southern California. The flowers come in raceme reaching over 1 foot long, the flowers lasts a couple of days but the blue calices remain much longer, slowly turning gray. A twining vine with rough green leaves and spectacular tall clusters of purple flowers. Botanical name. ©TTmagazine.info, 2007 - Being an evergreen plant, it will keep its leaves throughout the year. rare plants - fragrant flowers - exotic fruit: 1-866-897-7957. rare plants - fragrant flowers - exotic fruit.    Caring for Petrea volubilis. A twining vine with rough green leaves and spectacular tall clusters of purple flowers. Petrea volubilis. Pictogram Guide you may also see symbol definition in a pop-up window by mouse-pointing on pictogram. This catalog is for information only. We also often hear many customers say “it looks just like a lilac.” This vine does not have a fragrance. This cold tender climber produces sprays of bright blue star-shaped petals. It likes warm and humid conditions. Flowers purple; vine. Queen’s Wreath is easy to care for. ©Top Tropicals LLC, 2003 - It was originally purchased from Logees and stays year round in the dome which does not go below 40 degrees F. It began minimally flowering after two years and is now, year 3, in a much larger container. It likes warm and humid conditions.

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