A twining perennial grown for its showy flowers and lush foliage.
Flowers are fragrant, white or yellow, with pinkish purple wings.
The keel is coiled to resemble a snail shell hence its common name.
Leaves are deep green, very finely hairy with three oval shaped leaflets.
Ideal for a summer screen, cut down to ground level when the foliage dies down.
Ht: up to 6m W: up to 3m
For the interesting flowers and fragrance, plant for a privacy screen around the patio or deck during summer.