White Thunbergia

White Thunbergia

White Thunbergia

Scientific name: Thunberiga fragrans

Other names: fragrant thunbergia, fragrant clock vine

Native to South East Asia, white thunbergia is a small, low vine with slender climbing stems.

  • Twining vine with triangular-ovate leaves that can have smooth to finely toothed, sinuate margins.
  • Leaves are 5-10cm long, opposite, blades ovate to arrowhead-shaped.
  • Flowers are white, 3cm long, 5cm wide, with sweet aroma.
  • Seed capsules are round and end in a beak.
  • Propagation is from stem cuttings or shoots from tuberous roots.

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