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Thunbergia gregorii * Orange Clock Vine

The amount of color that can be put out by Thunbergia gregorii is unsurpassed. The Orange Clock Vine a continuous grower and will creep and crawl over everything in reach.  Thunbergia gregorii has stems that root and creep, though this is not an impossible task to keep after the Orange Clock vine, it does need to be watched.  Thunbergia gregorii will die to the ground in the mid 20's but can come back from much deeper chill than that.  The stems have hairs that cause itching when the stems are dead and dry.  You will be a lot happier if you wear long sleeves when trimming or removing sections of the Orange Clock Vine.

Thunbergia gregorii 

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