This vine shows off its cuteness whenever it produces these little candy corn blossoms. It is a native to Paraguay and Uraguay, and bears solitary and on occasions paired, tubular, bright red, yellow lobed flowers, 1 - 2 inches long, inflated at the bases and with dense velvety hairs. A fast-growing climber with angular, slightly sticky, hairy stems bearing ovate to lance-shaped, light to dark green leaves 1 1/2 to 6 inches long, semi-leathery when mature. Can be used as an annual in most zones. Hardiness zones 9-12. These are growing in 3.25-inch pots.
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