Pandorea jasminoides Rosea - Southern bell is a bushy, twining vine native to South Africa and frost-free areas of Florida, typically grown in USDA Zone 9-10. It has pinnate, evergreen foliage and woody stemmed. The flowers are creamy yellow in color with red or purple markings in the throat and they are highly fragrant. Growth rate is moderate.
When it comes to growing Southern bell, it requires full sun to semi-shade and regular water. Plant it in a moist, fertile and well drained soil, preferably with a neutral PH level. Nematodes can become a problem, so take necessary precautions to protect the plant. Southern bell can also be grown in pots in cold regions if the pot is kept in a sheltered position such as indoors during the winter months. When planting in pots, ensure the pot is sufficiently large and soil is well drainage. Provide regular water and fertilize every month during the growing season.