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Holboellia brachyandra (new)

One of the most exciting new climbers in years, this is the largest flowered species in this most attractive genus. Clusters of up to nine white to palest pink exceptionally large scented flowers, up to 2.5cm long on equally long contrasting red-purple stalks, are borne in late spring. Evergreen foliage is trifoliolate, with three leaflets per leaf. Up to 5m high.

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Holboellia coriacea

Handsome and vigorous, this twining evergreen climber from the Himalaya bears compound palmate leaves with up to 7 leaflets with distinct stalks, and deliciously fragrant flowers in March, the males being purplish, the females greenish-white. Best on a warm wall where the sausage shaped, fleshy, purple, edible fruit can form if flowers are hand pollinated.

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Holboellia latifolia

Handsome and vigorous, this twining evergreen climber from the Himalaya bears compound palmate leaves with up to 7 leaflets with distinct stalks, and deliciously fragrant flowers in March; males purplish, the females greenish-white. For a warm wall where the sausage shaped, fleshy, purple, edible fruit can form.. V. similar to H. coriacea.

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Holboellia latifolia from Manipur (new)

Handsome and vigorous, this twining Himalayan evergreen climber bears compound palmate leaves with up to 7 leaflets with distinct stalks. Deliciously fragrant flowers in March; males purplish, the females greenish-white. For a warm wall where the sausage shaped, fleshy, purple, edible fruit can form.. V. similar to H. coriacea. This collection from an obscure area.

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Holboellia latifolia var. angustifolia

A fine and distinct form of this twining evergreen climber from the Himalaya with up to seven very narrow leaflets up to 15cm long and 2cm wide. Fragrant bronzy-pink flowers with recurved sepals in March; males greenish-yellow in the throat. For a wall, fence or tree, where the sausage shaped, fleshy, purplish, edible fruit can form if pollinated by another clone.

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Hydrangea seemannii

Hydrangea seemannii

An evergreen climbing Hydrangea from Mexico with long glossy green leaves and complex heads of white fertile flowers surrounded by sterile florets, like a multi-storey lacecap, borne in summer. The flower buds are enclosed by conspicuous bracts. Climbs by aerial roots like the common climbing Hydrangea, grows well in shade but flowers best in sun.

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