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The name sandpaper vine refers to the texture of the plant's leaves which are stiff and feel, as the name suggests, like Petrea is a genus of evergreen flowering vines native to tropical Americas.  The genus was named in honour of Robert James Petre , an English patron of botany. Petrea volubilis, commonly known as purple wreath, queen's wreath, sandpaper vine, and nilmani, is an evergreen flowering vine in the family Verbenaceae, native to Tropical America, that is valued especially for its display of violet flowers. Petrea is used usually a climber, but sometimes also over a support where it is encouraged to twine around its own branches.
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Campus. Townsville. Description. This species originally from Central and South America forms a robust scrambling vine with conspicuous lenticels on the stem. Petrea Volubilis - Purple Wreath, Sandpaper vine flower plant Purple Wreath is a very lovely small climber with drooping long racemes of delicate violet-purple star-like flowers. It is a semi-shrub and semi-climber and the small wooden trunk develops artistic curves over the years. It looks as if a Words such as ‘spectacular’ and ‘stunning’ have been used to described Petrea volubilis, and that’s not hype.This woody plant, also known as Queen’s Wreath and Sandpaper Vine, produces impressive masses of blue-purple flowers displayed above paler star-shaped calices several times a year and bears a similarity to the wildly-popular temperate vine, Wisteria.
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Common name(s) Blue petrea, Purple wreath. Flower colour; life form. Flowers purple; vine. Campus. Townsville.
Country of origin: USA Petrea volublis is commonly called Sandpaper Vine due to the rough texture of the leaves and/or Florida Wisteria or Tropical Wisteria, as it is one of the only vines to have the beautiful draping clusters that are similar to northern Chinese Wisterias. Queens Wreath or Bluebird Vine are other alternative common names. Petrea volubilis v. Albiflora is the white flowering species. Growing Conditions and Care . Ideal growing conditions are a cool moist root run and a position where it can happily climb into full sun.
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It is highly drought and wind tolerant and moderately tolerant of salt making it a good choice for coastal landscapes. This vine does need a support structure and looks great climbing over a fence or up a trellis. Petrea volubilis (Queen's Wreath) - An evergreen clambering and twining vine that in Central America can grow to great heights with support (25-40 feet) but in cultivation is more often seen as a espalier subject or a smaller vine though plants to 20 feet have been noted in Southern California. This is a twining vine with rough green leaves and spectacular clusters of purple flowers that come in raceme reaching over 1 foot long. The blue calices, with 15-30 flowers per raceme, remain for many days, slowly turning gray, looking terrific on dark green leaves background. This woody plant, also known as Queen’s Wreath and Sandpaper Vine, produces impressive masses of blue-purple flowers displayed above paler star-shaped calices several times a year and bears a similarity to the wildly-popular temperate vine, Wisteria.