Vines


Photo by Martin Bennett

Austrosteenisia blackii

Blood Vine

Showy red hanging flowers, thick woody stems. Vigorous vine thicket species

Ready in September (1 only)


Capparis sarmentosa

Climbing Caper

Prickly, small-leaved vine that creeps along the ground or clings to trees and scrambles though the foliage.  Produces white flowers then large edible fruit that turn purple/black when ripe.  The foliage is a food source for the Caper butterfly

In stock


Eustrephus latifolius

Wombat Berry

Stems to 6m with bright orange fruit containing black seeds

In stock


Geitonoplesium cymosum

Scrambling Lily

Dainty multi-stemmed scrambler with small white flowers followed by black shiny fruit

One left!


Hardenbergia violacea

Native Sarsparilla

Spread to 4m. Will grow up a support or along the ground. Purple pea flower spikes in spring. Requires good drainage. Sun or part shade

Sold out


Jasminum didymum subsp. racemosum

Native Jasmine

Three-leaved rainforest vine with fragrant flowers and shiny black fruit. Grows as a vine or scrambling shrub

Ready in September


Photo by Martin Bennett

Jasminum simplicifolium subsp. australiense

Native Jasmine

Dry rainforest scrambler. Fragrant white flowers, shiny black fruit. A good substitute for Lantana

Ready in late August


Pandorea jasminoides

Bower of Beauty

Vigorous vine with clusters of pink flowers with a maroon throat

Ready in September


Pandorea pandorana

Wonga Wonga Vine

Vigorous vine with cream/white flowers with a maroon throat. Attracts pollinators. Frost hardy

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Secamone elliptica

Corky Milk Vine

A vine thicket liana that develops thick woody stems.  Small yellow flowers are produced.  Milky sap

Grown by order only


Trophis scandens supsp. scandens

Burny Vine

Vigorous very woody vine in semi-evergreen vine thicket and dry rainforest areas. Showy bright red fruit in late summer

Ready in September