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Mansoa verrucifera, Bignonia verrucifera, Onohualcoa verrucifera , Mansoa

Mansoa verrucifera, Bignonia verrucifera, Onohualcoa verrucifera

Mansoa
Family: Bignoniaceae
Origin: Mexico to Guyana and Brazil
Vine or creeperFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterPink flowersBlue, lavender, purple flowers

Mansoa verrucifera, more commonly known as Mansoa, is a woody vine or creeper native to Mexico to Guyana and Brazil. Its leaves are opposite and trifoliate, with an elongate and more or less round fruit in cross-section with bumpy surfaces. It has bright and beautiful flowers, which can be found in a variety of colors, including pink, blue, lavender, and purple.

Mansoa is an ideal choice for growing outdoors in USDA Zones 9-11. It prefers full sun or partial shade and requires regular water. If grown in colder regions, it is best to keep it in a pot. While it prefers regular watering, it can tolerate low water if necessary.

Mansoa is an attractive and vibrant plant, with its bright and colorful flowers. With the right care, Mansoa can add beauty and vibrancy to any garden.


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Mansoa verrucifera, Bignonia verrucifera, Onohualcoa verrucifera , Mansoa
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