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Family: Faboideae / Leguminosae / Papilionaceae
Turquoise Jade Vine, Blue Jade Vine
Flowers have a beautiful seagreen/turquoise color that is almost beyond description. This color is extremely rare in the plant world. The bloom is a pendant, clustered birds beak like inflorescence up to 4 1/2 ft. long and puts on a spectacular show when in bloom. Often used in Lei making. Can be grown indoors. The hue is probably the rarest in the world of flowers. A vigorous grower once established, it can reach 30-40 ft tall, but is perfect for a pergola where the blooming clusters can hang down. Specimen vine. Blooming season: winter-spring. Cannot stand frost or drought. Grows best in Zones 10-11. Young leaves had very dark, almost black color, then the leaf turns pale green with dark veins which looks like chlorosis, but it is not. As the leaf matures, it turns deep green.
1198 Strongylodon macrobotrys - Jade vineBlue/green Jade vine - very rare plant. Flowers have a beautiful seagreen/turquoise color that is almost beyond description. This color is the rarest in the world of flowers.
This plant is fragile and will be shipped on customers risk only, no replacements or refunds. We provide the best packaging possible. The plant usually takes shipping without a problem.
This item is certified for shipping to California.
Most of our plants are certified for shipping to California, however, certain plants are not certified. Please do not order not-certified plants to California addresses. These plants may be added to CA certification in the future; please contact us for more information.
Grown in 3 gal pot
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