Hardenbergia violacea Rosea | Happy Wanderer | Pink Climbing Pea Vine | 20_Seeds

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Here I am offering Seeds from Hardenbergia violacea Rosea, also known as Happy Wanderer, Coral Pea, Purple Coral Pea, False Sarsaparilla, Vine Lilac and Pink Climbing Pea Vine. This plant likes to live in the sun to partial shade and is a good choice for an indoor houseplant. The leaves are evergreen and the blossoms are present from late Winter until the middle of the summer. The leaves and possibly the roots are boiled to produce a slightly sweet drink that is rather good. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11

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Arrived quickly… A++++ packaging… thank you so much!!
May 4, 2017 by heather211
Very happy with my purchase these are healthy seeds.
Dec 17, 2016 by Kathleen

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If you have already planted your seeds then it is too late to return them. Please be patient; Some seeds can take over a year before they finally find the proper conditions to germinate.