Quisqualis Indica (Combretum Indicum/Chinese Honeysuckle/Rangoon Creeper)
- Plant Care
Popular for its highly fragrant flowers, Honeysuckle is a creeping vine that grows up to 8-25 feet tall. It produces a cluster of blossoms that changes color gradually. Initially, they are white, then they turn into pink and eventually to red. The flowers are tubular and have a sweet floral fragrance. The blooms grow in bright white pendent racemes.
Quisqualis plants are fast growers and spread rapidly. The white, pink and red flower clusters of the Drunken Sailor plant are its glory. The mesmerizing fragrance of its flowers is at the peak during the night time. This creeper can be trained on trellis, arbors, and borders as an ornamental vine.
- Quisqualis Indica may be grown in part shade but ideally should be placed somewhere with as much sun and warmth as possible.Water when the soil starts to become slightly dry at the top.These plants thrive in slightly acidic, loam, moist and well-drained soil.15 – 35 °CFeeding the plant with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer is good for the plant health.
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