Pandora vine blooms off and on all year. They are moderately fast growers but manageable flowering vines. This vine can create a shady retreat without getting out of control. The flowers are soft pink with rose-colored centers, and glossy small leaves.
They bloom the most in summer months, but pandora vine will flower most of the year. You will want to plant them where you can enjoy their light sweet scent. This lovely vine can be used in lots of ways, even trained around a post to form a bush.
Pandora Vine Specs & Spacing
Pandora vine is cold hardy and grows well anywhere in South Florida. They like to be protected from strong winds. They will flower most in sunny areas. This vine is a fairly fast-growing twiner so give it something to climb up and around.
If you are planting along a fence, place them about 3 feet apart. Give them 4 or 5 feet if you are planting them next to a large shrub or tree.
Pandora Vine Care
You will want to amend the soil with top soil and composted cow manure when you plant. Cut the vine back in spring. Don’t prune too heavily, however. It’s best to leave some length to the stems coming off the main trunk.
Fertilize twice a year with a granular fertilizer. You can also supplement feedings with bone meal and/or liquid fertilizer to promote more flowers.
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