Common Name: Pink Trumpet Vine, Pandora Vine
Botanical Name: Pandorea
Mature Size: 15 feet runners
Flower Color: Pink
Bloom Form: Trumpet
Recommended USDA Zone: 8, 9, 10, 11
Soil Type: Fertile Well Draining
Soil PH: Neutral
Special Features: Easy to grow, quick to establish, fragrant
Suggested Uses: Trellis, Fence, Arbor, Support
House Plant Adaptive: Yes With Supplemental Light
Limited Conditional Warranty: Healthy Arrival
Extended Long Term Warranty: None
Country of origin: USA Pandora Vine is a very attractive dense, tight growing semi tropical vine that is native to Malaysia and Australia.
It is also called Bower Vine, Spearwood Bush, and Wonga Wonga Vine. It is a tendriled vine that will scamper up most any upright support, cascade over walls and fences, adding charm and romance to any style garden.
Blooms 2 to 3 times each year with lightly fragrant clusters of large pale pink, ruby throated trumpets. The bloom cycle lasts for several weeks.
*Well established plants are typically root hardy in Zone 8, but can be lost during periods of atypically cold temperatures or unusually long durations of cold temperatures.