Madhu Malti/Rangoon creeper (Combretum Indicum) also known as the Chinese honeysuckle, is a sturdy, vigorously growing & profusely flowering plant. In a mature creeper, the stem becomes woody and thorns appear. Once established, it hardly dies.
Clusters of fragrant white pendulous trumpets open white then change to pink, red and finally a deep maroon. This plant needs support for growing and is very useful in covering fences, supports, and walls. Under good growing conditions, it is typically seen with lush and fresh green foliage or cascading branches with numerous axillary and terminal drooping racemose inflorescence that is simply spectacular.
- Light : 6 – 8 hrs. Direct Sunlight
- Watering : In Summer – Daily, In Rainy & Winter – as per soil moisture
- Where To Grow : Outdoors
- Maintenance : Low Maintenance
- Special Feature : Flowering