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Artabotrys siamensis Climbing ilang-ilang   Annonaceae
 

Climbing ilang-ilang, Manorangini, Hara-champa, Kantali champa, Artabotrys siamensis

 
Climbing ilang-ilang, Manorangini, Hara-champa, Kantali champa, Artabotrys siamensis

Artabotrys siamensis
Family: Annonaceae
Climbing ilang-ilang, Manorangini, Hara-champa, Kantali champa
Origin: Tropical Asia
vine or creeper. full sun, moderate water, yellow/orange flowers, fragrant, attracts butterflies, hummingbirds

A brother of a famous Artabotrys hexapetalus, this plant can grow as a large woody vine or trimmed as a shrub. Flowers are very fragrant, with lemon-like scent. The perfume is strong only when a flower turns yellow, and the yellow flower lasts for a day or two. Blooms profusely from mid-spring to late summer. Requires support for best shape.

 

 
     

  

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