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Thursday, 28 March 2013


Pandorea jasminoides is a species of woody climbing vine in the family Bignoniaceae. It is native to New South Wales and Queensland, Australia. It forms large pointed pods filled with papery seeds. It is easy to germinate, having two-lobed dicotyledons. It grows in USDA zones 9 and 10. Flowers range from magenta through to white, often with a darker trumpet, and produce a fragrant, jasmine-like scent. Their petals can grow up to 55mm long.  Pandorea is slow growing at first, but will cover a reasonable distance once established.

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  1. Very pretty! LOve the color.

  2. Well that looks fun to grow but alas, not quite warm enough here in Seattle. I love flowers with fragrance.

  3. Yes I love these! Wishing you a happy Easter, Nick!

  4. Beautiful flowering vine!
    But not for my garden in zone 5:)
    Happy Easter,

  5. beautiful capture of the pandorea; I had this at one time .... makes for a great photograph

  6. Lovely colors and details, love this delicate little blossoms ♥
    Wish you Happy Easter

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  7. Pretty!

    Happy Easter Weekend.

  8. It's beautiful. I love how the center is darker. Happy Easter!