Evergreen woody climber.
Leaves are deep green, oblong or elliptical and have a rough texture around 20cm long.
They occur in opposite pairs with adjacent pairs at right angles.
Individual flowers consist of five lavender purple sepals set like stars in a lighter blue calyx.
These flowers are borne in graceful drooping racems up to 30cm long.
Best situated in full sun in a sheltered frost free area, ideal for an east or north facing wall.
Flower display on walls, fences, arches.
By seed or semi ripe cuttings.
Palmers Manual of Trees, Shrubs & Climbers by Stanley J Palmer