Quisqualis indica ‘Double’ – Rangoon Creeper Vine (6″ pot)


This is a rare tropical vine that produces heavily perfumed fragrant flowers. Flowers start white then turn pink and then red. All colors are seen on this plant at the same time, it is quite a show.

Ships in 1 gallon pot (6″ pot). May not come with flowers.

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All photos were taken previously of our mature mother plants, not the plants for sale.

Syn: Combretum indicum

Quisqualis indica is suitable to many gardeners all over the country because of its tolerance to be trimmed to any size. It can also be grown in pots. As the weather warms up, the display of flowers will begin to cover the lush foliage. Rangoon Creeper has an unique bloom. One plant will carry 3 different colors of flowers. Flowers starts white and with age turn pink and then red. If that wasn’t enough to please most gardeners, the flowers have a slight fragrance too. We carry 2 varieties. One with a single flower and another with a double. The double form is much harder to propagate than the single form rangoon creeper, making it more uncommon. Both are equally beautiful. The plant goes semi dormant during the winter and resprouts again when it warms up. Trimming is advisable just before it starts sprouting in late winter.

FAMILY : Combretaceae
ORIGIN : Tropical Asia, New Guinea
TYPE/USES : flowering vine
MATURE SIZE : vine up to 12′ on average
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS : full/partial sun
WATER REQUIREMENTS : average, less in the winter
MIN. TEMP. : mid 20’s with protection
FLOWER : warmer months of the year

Additional information

Weight 25 lbs
Dimensions 60 × 11 × 11 in
Gardino Nursery