Combretum Indicum 'Rangoon Double' Quisqualis indica
Double flowering version of Rangoon Creeper.
Fragrant double flowers grace the rambunctious Double Rangoon Creeper. They open white early in the day and turn deep red over the course of the day.
Double Rangoon Creeper is suitable for arches and arbors, produces arching branches bearing clusters of star-like, sweetly fragrant flowers. Flowers appear periodically during the warm months and are intensely fragrant at night. Flower petals are white when they open the first day and then gradually change color to pink, and then red. Flowers, although fragrant during the day, become more fragrant at night. Combretum indicum was previoulsy known as Quisqualis inidica