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'Cup of Gold Vine'

Solandra maxima

 

Semi-hardwood unrooted cutting (20cm length)

 

Climber / creeper 6 - 8m height and spread (can be pruned)

Yellow flowers ribbed with brown to red

Requires sturdy trellis

Flowers in Spring and Summer

Suits pots or beds

Evergreen (deciduous in cooler climates)

Very fast rate of growth

All parts are toxic if ingested. Potential skin and eye irritant

Perfumed flowers

 

Solandra maxima is an enormous, vigorous, woody flowering climber with large (25cm diameter) cup shaped, coconut scented yellow flowers with a purple stripe down the centre of each petal and glossy foliage. Native to Central and South America. Evergreen through most parts of Australia, but deciduous-partly deciduous in cooler climates. In Australia it will grow well as far south as Melbourne.

 

Also known as Chalice Vine, Golden Chalice Vine, Hawaiian Lily and Honolulu Lily.

 

Note: We are currently offering this product as unrooted cuttings only.

Cup of Gold Vine

PriceFrom $11.95
  • Genus

    Solandra
    Species Maxima
    Common name Cup of Gold Vine (Also known as Chalice Vine, Golden Chalice Vine, Hawaiian Lily and Honolulu Lily)
    Type Climber
    Flower color

    Yellow flowers ribbed with brown to red

     

    Foliage Glossy green
    Perfumed flowers Yes - coconut
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