Thunbergia mysorensis, or Indian Clock Vine, is in the Thunbergia genus of 'clock vines.' It is a woody-stemmed, evergreen climbing flowering plant, this vine can be found in Spain (south) and in southern tropical India. The name, mysorensis is derived from the city of Mysore in the province of Karnataka, India. Other regional vernacular names include "Brick & Butter Vine", "Lady's Slipper Vine", and "Dolls' Shoes" due to the flower shape and large size.
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The jade vine, Strongylodon macrobotrys, is native to the Philippines. It's pollinated by bats which may account for its unique flower colour. It's ideal for growing over a pergola where its trusses can hang down and be appreciated at head height. As indicated by its place of origin, it doesn't tolerate cold and will start to be unhappy below about 15℃.
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