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This tropical broad leaf evergreen climber has a woody, shrubby habit when young. It has been described as a rampant grower -- reaching 35 ft. in height and 25 ft. across at maturity. Fragrant, sweet scented flowers bloom over several days. If grown north of tropical zones, plant in a container and bring inside to a sunny location in the winter.

Here's what you should be doing each month of the year for this plant in USDA Zones 10b, 11, 12: Find Your Climate Zone.

January - February - March - April - May - June - July - August - September - October - November - December

January

PLANT

Plant where the plant receives morning sun with protection from the afternoon heat.

WATER

Maintain in well-drained, moist soil.

Quisqualis_indicaPRUNE

No special pruning required - just enough to keep in bounds as desired.

PROTECT

Protect from cold if temperatures drop into the 40's.

February

PLANT

Plant where the plant receives morning sun with protection from the afternoon heat.

WATER

Maintain in well-drained, moist soil.

PRUNE

No special pruning required - just enough to keep in bounds as desired.

PROTECT

Protect from cold if temperatures drop into the 40's.

March

PLANT

Plant where the plant receives morning sun with protection from the afternoon heat.

FERTILIZE

Prefering poor soil, fertilize this plant sparingly with a balanced tropical plant, lest you encourage more foliage than flowers.

WATER

Maintain in well-drained, moist soil.

PRUNE

No special pruning required - just enough to keep in bounds as desired.

PROTECT

Protect from cold if temperatures drop into the 40's.

April

PLANT

Plant where the plant receives morning sun with protection from the afternoon heat.

FERTILIZE

Prefering poor soil, fertilize this plant sparingly with a balanced tropical plant, lest you encourage more foliage than flowers.

WATER

Maintain in well-drained, moist soil.

PRUNE

No special pruning required - just enough to keep in bounds as desired.

PROTECT

Protect from cold if temperatures drop into the 40's.

May

PLANT

Plant where the plant receives morning sun with protection from the afternoon heat.

FERTILIZE

Prefering poor soil, fertilize this plant sparingly with a balanced tropical plant, lest you encourage more foliage than flowers.

WATER

Maintain in well-drained, moist soil.

PRUNE

No special pruning required - just enough to keep in bounds as desired.

PROPAGATE

Propagate from softwood cuttings or layering.

June

PLANT

Plant where the plant receives morning sun with protection from the afternoon heat.

FERTILIZE

Prefering poor soil, fertilize this plant sparingly with a balanced tropical plant, lest you encourage more foliage than flowers.

WATER

Maintain in well-drained, moist soil.

PRUNE

No special pruning required - just enough to keep in bounds as desired.

PROPAGATE

Propagate from softwood cuttings or layering.

{codepiece 8}July

PLANT

Plant where the plant receives morning sun with protection from the afternoon heat.

FERTILIZE

Prefering poor soil, fertilize this plant sparingly with a balanced tropical plant, lest you encourage more foliage than flowers.

WATER

Maintain in well-drained, moist soil.

PRUNE

No special pruning required - just enough to keep in bounds as desired.

August

PLANT

Plant where the plant receives morning sun with protection from the afternoon heat.

FERTILIZE

Prefering poor soil, fertilize this plant sparingly with a balanced tropical plant, lest you encourage more foliage than flowers.

WATER

Maintain in well-drained, moist soil.

PRUNE

No special pruning required - just enough to keep in bounds as desired.

September

PLANT

Plant where the plant receives morning sun with protection from the afternoon heat.

FERTILIZE

Prefering poor soil, fertilize this plant sparingly with a balanced tropical plant, lest you encourage more foliage than flowers.

WATER

Maintain in well-drained, moist soil.

PRUNE

No special pruning required - just enough to keep in bounds as desired.

October

PLANT

Plant where the plant receives morning sun with protection from the afternoon heat.

WATER

Maintain in well-drained, moist soil.

PRUNE

No special pruning required - just enough to keep in bounds as desired.

PROTECT

Protect from cold if temperatures drop into the 40's.

November

PLANT

Plant where the plant receives morning sun with protection from the afternoon heat.

WATER

Maintain in well-drained, moist soil.

PRUNE

No special pruning required - just enough to keep in bounds as desired.

PROTECT

Protect from cold if temperatures drop into the 40's.

December

PLANT

Plant where the plant receives morning sun with protection from the afternoon heat.

WATER

Maintain in well-drained, moist soil.

PRUNE

No special pruning required - just enough to keep in bounds as desired.

PROTECT

Protect from cold if temperatures drop into the 40's.

 

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  • Add Anigozanthos spp. to one of your plant lists, learn how.
  • Search our plant database for photos and more great information here.
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