Pandorea pandorana or Golden Showers, also known as Wonga-wonga Vine. Other synonyms include Bignonia australis, Pandorea oxleyana, and Bignonia pandorana. It is a climber native to Australia. It belongs to the Bignoniaceae family of plants.
It is a twining, evergreen climber. It has medium green leaves that are compound with six pairs of leaflets. Pandorea pandorana flowers in spring. It has yellow flowers with red-brown spots. The flowers are fragrant. The tubular flowers grow in clusters.
Grow it in full sun or partial shade. In cold climates grow them indoors. Plant them in loam-based compost. More sun means it flowers more. You can propagate from layering or semi-ripe cuttings. Pandorea pandorana is disease-free. But watch out for aphids and red spider mite.