A bigger one in the
This member of the Convolvulaceae family was first described by
John Bellenden Ker Gawler
in 1818. It is from Paraguay, Uruguay and
Argentina. Give it a well-drained soil, keep it moist and keep it out of
the full sun. The caudex will grow to more than half a meter, the vines
reach for more than 4 meters. The bell-shaped flowers are pink, and it can easy be
reproduced by cuttings as well. I found mine in Amsterdam in 2001.