- Flower namePandorea jasminoides
- Scientific namePandorea jasminoides
- AliasBower plant, Pandorea jasminoides, 素馨凌霄
- Place of originNortheastern Australia
- Place of floweringGarden, Overseas, Specific area
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August, September, October
What is Pandorea jasminoides
Pandorea jasminoides, the bower of beauty, bower vine, bower plant, pandrea or Sokei nouzen, scientific name: Pandorea jasminoides, is New South Wales and Queensland in Australia native and is woody climbing vine in the family Bignoniaceae. In summer-autumn, large funnel-shaped pink flowers come one after another. The flower color is pink to purple, and the center (throat) is deep pink. Dwarf stems extend around trees and fences.
Common name:Pandorea jasminoides, Scientific name: Pandorea jasminoides, aka: bower of beauty, bower vine, bower plant, pandrea, Sokei nouzen, Origin: Northeastern Australia, Environment: Drainage and sunny place, Plant height: 7 m, Leaves: Feathery complex, Leaf color: dark green, flower diameter: 4 to 5 cm, flowering period: June to October, flower color: peach to purple, flower throat part: deep pink.