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Image of Thunbergia alata (ORANGE WONDER™ SUNNY™ SERIES) photo by: Ball® Horticultural Company

Ball® Horticultural Company

(Black-Eyed Susan Vine, Orange Wonder Black-Eyed Susan Vine)

Orange wonder black-eyed Susan vine is a tropical perennial vine that is grown as a tender perennial in temperate climates. This fast-growing African native has distinctly arrowhead-shaped, medium green leaves with winged stems. It is everblooming and produces many tubular flowers of tangerine orange with nearly black centers. These are larger than your average Thunbergia alata flower.

Plant this vine in a site with full to part sun and well-drained soil. Partial sun is preferred where summers...

Image of Thunbergia grandiflora photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Bengal Clockvine, Blue Trumpetvine, Clockvine)

Bengal clockvine is an aggressive evergreen climber with amazingly pretty purpley blue flowers with yellow and white throats. This spring and occasional summer flowering native of India is now naturalized across many parts of tropical Asia and Africa. Its leaves are heart shaped and pleasingly lime green in color.

Bengal clockvine enjoys fertile, well drained sandy and loamy soils that are acidic. Full to partial sun will guarantee a nice floral display. On alkaline soils, or near concrete foundations,...

Image of Thunbergia gregorii photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Orange Clockvine)

Bearing cheerful flowers and handsome foliage year round, this small twining vine from tropical Africa is an excellent choice for greenhouses, mild-climate gardens, and annual plantings. The singly-borne, clear orange, trumpet shaped flowers have five heart-shaped petals that flare and flop at their tips. Hungry hummingbirds visit the flowers. Bloom often continues year-round where winters are mild; elsewhere it lasts from midsummer to frost. The triangular medium green leaves and slender stems are...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Athens Blue Glorybush, Hybrid Glorybush)

Selected for its dense compact habit and its profusion of blue-violet flowers during the warm months, this medium-sized to large evergreen shrub is a hybrid of the the Brazilian native Tibouchina urvilleana. It has large, oval-shaped, velvety green leaves with several deep, parallel veins and a tapered point. Beautiful, round, purple to blue-violet, five-petaled flowers appear on new growth at the ends of the branches. They continue sporadically throughout the year in mild conditions, with...

(Hybrid Glorybush, Jules Glorybush)

A hybrid tibouchina selected for its dense dwarf habit and its profusion of blue-violet flowers during the warm months, this small rounded evergreen shrub was bred and introduced by Ken Dunstan of Alstonville, New South Wales, Australia. Its handsome, oval, velvety green leaves have several deep parallel veins and a tapered point. Beautiful, round, purple to blue-violet, five-petaled flowers appear on new growth at the ends of the branches. They continue sporadically throughout the year in mild moist...

Image of Tibouchina grandifolia photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Large-leaved Princess Flower, Velvet-Leaf Tibouchina)

Prized for its fantastic fuzzy foliage and iridescent violet-blue flowers, large-leaved princess flower is a favorite tropical beauty that can also be grown as a tender perennial in temperate gardens where summers are warm and humid. In its native Brazil, and other tropical climes, it grows as a rounded, evergreen shrub.

The four-angled stems of large-leaved princess flower support many large, quilted leaves of bright green that are covered with dense, light-reflecting hairs. The velvety, oval...

Image of Tibouchina granulosa photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Brazilian Glorytree, Purple Glorytree)

Bearing glossy dark green leaves and vibrant violet-purple flowers year round, this large shrub or small tree is native to Brazil and Bolivia. The rounded, five-petaled flowers are borne on new growth, with heaviest bloom in summer and fall. They attract butterflies. Paired along four-winged branches, the rough, leathery, narrowly oval, often drooping leaves are pleated with five depressed veins. If drought or cold occurs, some leaves turn orange and red and then drop.

Grow this cold-tender...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Pink Glorytree)

Bearing glossy dark green leaves, 'Rosea' differs from the regular glorytree species by producing rose-pink flowers year round. The petals have hints of violet and lavender. This large shrub or small tree is native to Brazil and Bolivia. The rounded, five-petaled flowers are borne on new growth, with heaviest bloom in summer and fall. They attract butterflies. Paired along four-winged branches, the rough, leathery, narrowly oval, often drooping leaves are pleated with five depressed veins. If drought...

Image of Tibouchina heteromalla photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

Prized for its fantastic fuzzy foliage and iridescent violet-blue flowers, large-leaved princess flower is a favorite tropical beauty that can also be grown as a tender perennial in temperate gardens where summers are warm and humid. In its native Brazil, and other tropical climes, it grows as a rounded, evergreen shrub.

The four-angled stems of large-leaved princess flower support many large, quilted leaves of bright green that are covered with dense, light-reflecting hairs. The velvety, oval...

Image of Tibouchina lepidota photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

Congested clusters of plump, purple-violet flowers grace the branch tips of the Colombian glorybush. This large evergreen shrub is sensitive to frost and is native to the high plains of Colombia and Ecuador. It usually attains a multistemmed habit with a spreading canopy of branches.

The large elongated oval leaves taper to a pointed tip. Three depressed veins run the length of these slightly hairy leaf blades. Most heavily blooming in the warmth of summer or into the tropical autumn, the five-petaled...