Ipomoea horsfalliae | Cardinal Creeper

Ipomoea horsfalliae

Common Name : Cardinal Creeper, Prince Kuhio vine, Lady Doorly's Morning Glory Botanical Name : Ipomoea horsfalliae Family : Convolvulaceae[Morning-glory family] Category : Ornamental Vines and Climbers Order : Solanales Origin / Native : Brazil, Caribbean Species : horsfalliae Type/ Lifecycle : Tender Perennials Attracts : Bees, butterflies, birds Light Requirement & Care : Sunny, open, part shade, average water, water regularly, dont over water Height : 15 to 30 feet Sutiable for : Containers Hazardous : Seeds & parts of the plant are poisonous Flowers : Fuchsia, magenta, red purple, showy, funnel shaped Flowering : repeatedly Foliage : Evergreen, glossy, shiny Propagation : From seeds, semi-hardwood cuttings, herbaceous stem cuttings

Ipomoea horsfalliae

Photographs: Guna Selvi Camera: Nikon D40x Location : Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Bangalore[Bengaluru], Karnataka, India


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