Ahhh! It's a Rangoon Creeper

On the weekly trip to our local garden center, we've came across this show stopper. Huge clusters of flowers hanging on 3-5 inches long threads in abundance down a fence. After long research with just a picture on hand, I've found the beauty's name. Rangoon Creeper or Quisqualis indica.
These intoxicating scented flowers open in the morning a pure white. As the day goes on, they turn first pink and then darker and darker until they are a brilliant crimson. Butterflies and Hummingbirds love it.

And yes, I got one to try!
As this is a zone 10 hardy plant, I can only try my luck!

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NickSugarland said...

Great pictures, I like your page. I'm also a gardener - in Sugar land Texas. ;)Nick

sjp8987 said...

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Haha i do love the picture you took of it - it is so beautiful!