Botanical name: Petraeovitex bambusetorum Family: Lamiaceae (Mint family)
Synonyms: Petraeovitex bambusetorum f. simplicifolia
Nong Noch Vine is a unusual climber that sports elliptic-ovate simple or trifoliate leaves. The blooms form on the tips of its vining stems and hang down 5 cm or more in length from spring to fall. A drooping inflorescence of soft yellow bracts and creamy white flowers opens over several weeks. The blooming cycle can last for months, often well into winter. It is a wonderful vine to train on a stake or trellis, or to let climb a support in a conservatory or sunroom. Nong Noch Vine is native to Peninsula Malaysia, Borneo, but now introduced into cultivation.
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