bell vine

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THE purple bell vine or rhodochiton produces twining stems, heart-shaped leaves and tubular maroon blooms suspended from rose-red parachutes.
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Among them are the pomegranate, octopus plant and silk oak for conservatory or house, Russian campion and yellow delphinium for warm borders, and purple bell vine from Mexico for summer patios.
Pictures: GARDEN PICTURE LIBRARY/MARIANNE MAJERUS/CLIVE NICHOLS/GAP/ALAMY/JOHN STURROCK Morning Glory The lush leaves and purple flowers of the vigorous climber Morning Glory look great on an orange wall, especially when contrasted with spiky foliage in the border; Nasturtiums; Canary Creeper; Sweet Pea; Chilean Glory Vine; Cup & Saucer vine; Spanish Flag; Purple Bell Vine
THE evergreen purple bell vine, or rhodochiton, produces masses of crimson-purple flowers that hang gracefully from the ends of long threadlike stems.
SOW climbers such as the purple bell vine or canary creepers to provide summer colour.
PURPLE bell vine or rhodochiton is an exotic-looking plant that makes a decorative cloak for a dull evergreen shrub.
SOW climbers such as the purple bell vine or rhodochiton to provide temporary summer colour.
If you like the idea of giving your shed a trendy look with lick of bright blue paint, then the ideal climber to soften the edges is the Purple Bell Vine or Rhodochiton Atrosanguineum.