Bluebell Creeper Info: Growing Bluebell Creeper Plants In The Garden

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Bluebell Creeper Info: Growing Bluebell Creeper Plants In The Garden

By Bonnie L. Grant Bluebell creeper (Billardiera heterophylla formerly Sollya heterophylla) is a familiar plant in Western Australia. It is climbing, twining, evergreen plant that has the capacity to become invasive in other warm regions. If carefully managed, the plant makes a nice addition as an understory plant with good frost tolerance once established. Warmer regions can try growing bluebell creeper plants for their bell-shaped flowers and blue to purple fruits. Read on for more bluebell creeper info, including management, site conditions and care. What is Bluebell Creeper? Semi-hardy warm season plants that grow rapidly and create a screen or ground cover are hard to find. Bluebell creeper is a native to parts of Australia but has become invasive in southern Australia, Victoria, Tasmania and certain other tropical to semi-tropical areas. However, it won the Royal Horticultural Series Award of Merit as an outstanding landscape specimen. Australian bluebell care is

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