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Deep green foliage and vibrant magenta purple flower bracts throughout summer. One of the loveliest NZ Native plants, suitable for trellises, walls or rambling .
It is a hardy rapid climbing plant to 2 metres which makes an attractive, colourful screen. Flowers red to yellow to orange in the warm months. It prefers a well .
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Many plant pests in the Bay of Plenty are climbing types which are very. It has large, pink, hanging, star-shaped flowers, each with a purplish blue. Page 2 .
Viburnums have been popular in New Zealand for decades as a screening plant.. With a longer flowering season than most types of roses, climbing roses can. Growing two to four metres tall, floribunda and hybrid tea varieties have large or .
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SOME EXOTIC FLOWERING, CLIMBING & FOLIAGE PLANTS THAT THRIVE IN. An old garden perennial, A. huphehensis was brought to New Zealand originally, by early settlers from Britain.. Growing up to 2 metres tall it flowers profusely.
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9, 2 in Chili, 2 in N.Z., 2 in New Guin. , 1 each in Chi., Formosa, W. U.S. L.. One of the largest fams. of flowering plants; 250 gen., 3700 sp., cosmop. ; the smaller. Smilax, Gloriosa, &c, are climbing pi., the former with peculiar stipular tendrils.