When you see how fragrant flowers twist and turn on this vine, you'll know why it's known as the Corkscrew Vine. This plant has beautifully colored flowers that come in an array of pinks, purples, whites and yellows. Quickly grows up to 25' tall. Plants are hardy in zones 9-10. Northern growers can grow the Corkscrew Vine plant in pots and bring them indoors in winter. Plant in full to partial sun and make sure to give them an inch of water per week. Blooms mid-summer to fall.
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Mar 19, 2023 | By Debbie Taylor
I have always known as shell vine.. and I absolutely LOVE it.. Easy to grow. will root itself when husband hits with weed wacker. The flowers are eye catching and attention grabbers.. Have to bring indoors come fall or you will lose them.. can root cuttings ,but haven't had any luck keeping them alive if I have done them this way.. but they reroot themselves with no special attention, I don't understand...maybe I love them to death.. REALLY only need water, fertilizer, and a sturdy ,portable trellis, n you're in business. You will TRUELY LOVE THESE..