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  • Niet winterhard. Groeit in warme landen. In mei kan het nog vriezen. Een pot kan je terug binnen halen. Anders vliesdoek over doen. Nu is het nog te vroeg, denk ik. Zie Wikipedia: Cobaea scandens (cup-and-saucer vine, cathedral bells, Mexican ivy, monastery bells) is a species of flowering perennial plant of the Polemoniaceae family, native to the tropical Americas.

    It is widely cultivated for its twining habit and its highly ornamental, bell-shaped flowers, 5 cm (2 in) long, which change from white to purple. It is not hardy, and requires protection from winter frost and winds.[1] It has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.[2] A white form exists, C. scandens f. alba.[3]

    This plant has become a common weed in New Zealand, probably as a garden escape.
    Zondag 10 April 2016 om 05:13