Pandorea is a hardy vine native to Northern NSW and South East Queensland.
It has mid green coloured leaves and five lobed, trumpet shaped pale pink flowers with a crimson throat .There are other varieties such as “Lady Di” which has white flowers and a darker pink form.
Commonly known as “Bower of Beauty” they are frost sensitive when young but will tolerate frost once established and planted in a protected area.
Pandorea has a very long flowering period from spring right through to the end of summer, so make a great show when grown over fences, pergolas or trained up a trellis.
Plant in full sun or part shade, prune well after flowering, then give an application of compost at the start of spring.