Cobea Scandens, Cup and Saucer Vine

Cobea Scandens Cup and Saucer Vine

Blooming Season: Spring, summer, fall

Plant Habit: Climbing, vining

Characteristics: Low maintenance

Water: Heavy

Fertilize: Every two weeks

Height: 10 Feet or more

Width: Spreading

Exposure: Sun

General Information:   This climbing vine, also known as Cup and Saucer Vine or Cathedral Bells, is a popular choice among gardeners for its stunning flowers and easy maintenance. This plant can quickly grow to cover trellises, fences, or any other vertical structure, creating a lush and vibrant display in your garden. 

Cobea Scandens is known for its large, bell-shaped flowers that can reach up to 3 inches in diameter. Their unique shape and vibrant hues make them a focal point in any garden or outdoor space. The flower emerge green and morph into a deep, rich purple over a few days.

Another benefit of growing Cobea Scandens is its ability to attract pollinators. The flowers of this vine are rich in nectar, attracting bees, butterflies, and  hummingbirds. By planting Cobea Scandens, you can create a pollinator-friendly environment and contribute to the conservation of these important creatures.

In addition to its aesthetic appeal and pollinator benefits, Cobea Scandens is also a low-maintenance plant. It is relatively resistant to pests and diseases, making it an ideal choice for beginner gardeners or those with limited time for gardening. With proper care and occasional pruning, this vine can thrive and bring beauty to your outdoor space.

 Cobea Scandens prefers full sun and well-drained soil. Regular watering is necessary, especially during dry periods, to ensure the plant's health and growth.




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