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Re: sausage vine- again??

In a message dated 3/2/03 1:55:43 PM, tchessie@yahoo.com writes:

>Stauntonia hexaphylla

Theresa, this is what I found:

Scientific Name
Stauntonia hexaphylla 'Cartwheel' 
Common Name 
Stauntonia vine

    Vines for the Southeast
Plant Fact Sheets
Consumer Hort
Hardiness: Tender perennial grown as an annual or container plant 
Habit: -- 
Growth Rate: Moderate
Texture: Medium to coarse 
Height: 10 to 25' 
Exposure: Sun to partial shade 
Climbing Method: Twining
Flower/ Fruit: Fragrant white flowers spring to summer
See:       mobot.mobot.org/cgi-bin/search_vast?onda=N50130160
See:  www.sna.org/research/92proceedings/Section1038.html

Just hardy evergreen woody twining vine from Asia climbing to 20/30ft under 
glass and 15/20ft on a favourable wall in a sheltered position. Avoid any 
confusion with Holboellia, as the flowers are different and have no scent. 
Leaves are dark green, leathery, up to 14cm long, 3 to 7 per leaf in a 
composite fan arrangement. Flowers in late spring rise from the leaf axils to 
leaf stalks 7 to 10 cm long in small clusters @ 3 to 5 blooms per stalk. 
Campanulate, whiteish/pink, spotted maroon inside the bell, @ 2 to 2 1/2 cm 
long and produce a purple lumpy sausage @ 3 to 5 inches long, rounded at the 
ends. Fabulous vine, good against a warm sheltered wall protected from frosty 
winds, or inside

See also:    www.dungevalley.co.uk/perencat.htm

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