This evergreen vine is a stunning burst of climbing colour! The Bleeding Heart Vine is so called as it has highly attractive bunches of small bell-shaped white flowers, each with a splash of red petals in their centre. Perfect in warmer tropical or sub-tropical conditions, this plant will impress with its floral display each summer and provide lush growth the rest of the year with its heart-shaped foliage. The Bleeding Heart Vine can even be grown indoors, so this plant will be sure to win the heart of all who see it!
Well suited to warmer Queensland conditions and prefers partial shade. Has no frost tolerance, but can be kept inside in a sunny position if in a cooler area.
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Should be watered regularly to promote growth.
Must be planted in well drained soil that is rich in organic matter.
Liquid feed regularly, particularly if placed in a pot. This will ensure lush growth and strong flowering.