1 Package of 50 Seeds
A scrambling, creeping or climbing perennial with pointed leaves and beautiful red to orange, bellshaped flowers followed by edible berries.
It is native to the understory of humid laurel forests in the western Canary Islands between 300 and 1000 m, where it flowers during the winter and dies down to its tuberous base in the dry summer months.
In cultivation, with sufficient moisture available it will flower through the summer. Well mulched and with excellent drainage it is hardy to USDA Zone 8. (read all testimonials here) germination comments by our visitors For general germination instructions click here.