If you want to add a touch of the tropics to your landscape, try growing queen’s wreath vine (Petrea volubilis). Native growing queen’s wreath has quite a large range but in North America it is only hardy in USDA zones 10-11. The following contains queen’s wreath info on how to grow and care for the vine. What is a Queen’s Wreath Vine? Queen’s wreath vine is a gorgeous tropical vine that looks somewhat similar to wisteria with its floppy lavender blooms. These clusters of foot long, star shaped blooms flower several times a year on this evergreen. Queen’s Wreath Info This vining plant is native from Southern Mexico through Central America and on into northern and western South America. It is also found in Cuba, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, and Hispaniola. Queen’s wreath is also referred to as petrea, purple wreath, or sandpaper vine in reference to the plants stiffly textured […]
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