▶ Un-rooted cuttings for *propagating* ◀.
● 5+ cuttings, 8 inches long approx (soft cuttings with leaves OR Semi Hardwood without leaves) - See pictures for cutting examples (no flowers will be present) (shipping within the continuous 48 US states only).
Cuttings are taken the day of shipment and will be carefully moist wrapped. Only basic rooting instructions are included, so ▶advanced propagation skills are highly recommended◀
We do NOT have rooted cuttings available at this time but are in production.
The fragrant flowers of this overly vigorous root-hardy vine age from white to pink to red for a summer-fall show. It has a profusion of small, trumpet-shaped flowers, which are borne in perfect multicolored bouquets. The flowers' perfume is heaviest at night.
Also known by the common names Chinese honeysuckle, Shi Jun Zi, Akar Dani and Drunken Sailor, Quisqualis indica is native to tropical Asia, New Guinea and the Philippines, where it is used as a herbal medicine.
It will cover a fence quickly, growing as much as 12 feet in a season and as much as 30 feet if it isn't cut back each spring.
The vine is usually covered with blooms throughout the summer. Depending upon the region, the foliage may dry or even die in the winter. However, if mulched properly, the roots will survive and produce new growth in the following year. Perennial zone 9+, will come back in spring even after a hard freeze.
We want to empathize that this species may be challenging to propagate for some, so there is absolutely no guarantee of success on our part, except for them being fresh cut and properly damp packaged for shipping with priority mail.
Other: Burma creeper, Chinese honeysuckle, rangoon creeper live plant