This dainty climber has heart shaped leaves and and abundance of thumb sized deep blue purple flowers through the Summer.
It tends to be more an annual than a perennial though in a sheltered position will come up again in the Spring for 2 or 3 years. It does throw seeds which can carry on the progeny. It is not invasive.
A very pretty climber.
The plant for sale is growing in the square orange plastic 9cm pot.
Pickup is in Kuripuni.
Thanks for looking.
The Pūkaha Junior Rangers are just one thing that the Wairarapa has on offer for your children this school holidays. Pop into the Masterton or Martinborough i-SITE for a full list of fun activities.
Pūkaha Junior Rangers is a school holiday program with a conservation focus. It's a chance for 5-14-year-olds to experience hands-on learning in Pūkaha's nature reserve. Junior Rangers get up close to wildlife and get to feed the tuna (long-finned eels). They also learn about the ngahere (forest) and how the captive breeding program at Pūkaha is helping to protect and restore Aotearoa's precious native species. Fun and educational.
Price includes lunch (we can cater to all diets).
15/16 May heats at Carterton School
29 May semi final at Makoura College
5 June semi final at Kuranui College
12 June Grand Finale at Carterton Events Centre