Antigonon Leptopus (Coral Vine/Coralita/Bee Bush/San Miguelito Vine)
- Plant Care
Antigonon leptopus, commonly called coral vine, is native to Mexico. It produces beautiful light pink to dark pink flower clusters. Coral vine is used for its vining habit to cover fences or climb trellises. However, in the right position, it is attractive. Heart-shaped foliage and large clusters of flowers over a long period in warmer climates do make it a colorful plant. It tolerates poor soil and a wide range of light conditions, making it a very successful invasive plant species.
Full sun (6 or more hours of direct sunlight a day).Let it dry between watering and better not to overwater.This plant prefers modestly fertile sand or light soil with moderate moisture.13 - 25 °CDuring the growing season apply organic fertilizer twice a month.
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