Beaumontia grandiflora, an interesting rare perfumed plant which has wonderful large white flowers with a sweet tropical perfume. It is a vigorous woody climber which is native to the region from India to Vietnam and belongs to the same plant family (Apocynaceae) as Oleanders, Frangipanis and Mandevillas which typically bleed a white milky sap from cut stems.
Common name: Herald's Trumpet
Botanic name: Beaumontia grandiflora
Climate: Will grow best in the warmer zones of Australia, . It prefers sub-tropical and tropical conditions to thrive .
Strongly perfumed plant for the garden
Attractive foliage during cooler months of the year as well as large white flowers through spring .
Twining growth habit that needs support.
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