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Pandorea pandorana

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.

Pandorea pandorana Wonga Wonga
Pandorea pandorana

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.

Wonga Wonga Vine
Pandorea pandorana
Pandorea pandorana
Pandorea pandorana

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