Rangoon Creeper , Quisqualis Indica, Red Jasmine

45.00 AED

Max Height: 20m or more Spread: Indefinite

Origin: Tropical Africa and S.E. Asia Family: Combretaceae

Common Name: Rangoon Creeper, Drunken Sailor Drought Tolerance: Low

Salinity Tolerance: Low Sun Tolerance: Medium

Wind Tolerance: Medium Water Requirement: Low

PH Level: Basic Pest Tolerance: High

Disease Tolerance: High Growth Rate: Fast Fragrance: Yes

80 – 100cm

Quisqualis indica Or Rangoon Creeper is freely branching, perennial climber, erect and shrub-like when young. Mid- to deep green leaves, 8-18cm long, are elliptic to elliptic-oblong with rounded to heart-shaped bases, long, sharp tips, and prominent veins. In summer and autumn, bears slender-tubed, fragrant flowers, 4-7cm long, with 5 spreading lobes, in pendent, terminal racemes, 10cm long; initially white, they change to pink and purplish red then bright red over a 3-day period.

Chinese honeysuckle, Combretum indicum, drunken sailor, quisqualis, Quisqualis indica, Rangoon Creeper, red jasmine

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