Pandorea pandorana vines are members of the Bignoniaceae family and are natives of Australia, Malesia and the southwestern Pacific region this one originates from Theodore in Queensland Australia.
This Pandore pandorana (Wonga – Wonga) vine is a vigorous evergreen climber that is a hardy fast-growing plant that likes full sun but will tolerates some shade. This is a climber that can climb trees 10 metres off the ground if given the opportunity. The plants have a natural bushy habit but pruning may be needed to keep them to a desired shape and form. Excellent for training on a trellis, fence, tree or buildings.
The flowers of ‘Theodore’ are the largest of all of the Pandorea pandorana varieties. The tubular bell-shaped flowers (hence the promotional names as the Bell varieties) are about 30 mm long and are produced in masses late winter into spring.
Frost tolerance is variable in this species depending upon the various cultivar.
ENJOY THIS COLOURFUL FAST GROWING NATIVE CLIMBER!