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Pandorea jasminoides

Botanical Information:

Family: Bignoniaceae
Genus: Pandorea
Species: jasminoides

Meaning of name:
Pandorea is a reference to Pandora and her box, and how the many seeds in the seed pod are released when the pod is opened
jasminoides is from Latin: jasminum, jasmine + Greek: oides, resembling. Resembling jasmine, or more specifically, resembling the genus Jasminum

Pandorea jasminoides is sometimes called Bower of Beauty. It is an Australian native woody climbing vine indigenous to the rainforest and wet sclerophyll forests of north-eastern New South Wales and south-eastern Queensland. It has become popular in gardens where it is easily trained over fences and trellises, and admired for its striking green foliage and extended flowering period from spring to late summer.

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