Tecomanthe dendrophylla cv. Roaring Meg is a member of the Bignoniaceae family and is native to Australia.
Roaring Meg is also known as Roaring Meg Creek and is a vigourous twining Australian native climber with dark green glossy foliage.
It has spectacular red / pink bell shaped flowers that occur in late winter through to late spring and spot flowers several times a year. The flowers are 150 mm long in bunches of 8 to 12 on all nodes of the vine as well as old trunk wood.
It grows to around 9 metres and prefers a full sun aspect but will stand a cooler sun position.
It likes dry between watering to constantly moist conditions and is suited to coastal plantings.
This one of my favourite plants.
ENJOY THIS BEAUTIFUL VINE!