The Native Wisteria (Hardenbergia comptoniana) is a twining vine that is native to the South-West of Australia. It features leathery, dark green, trifoliate leaves carried on twining stems and produces masses of pea-shaped, mauve to purple-blue flowers.
This plant is ideal for covering ground but it can also be used to scramble over fences, garages & pergolas.
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Hardenbergia Comptoniana Native Wisteria
Plant in full sun, open environment to part shade environment. This species thrives in well-drained soil but can tolerate sand or clay-based soils. Tolerates short periods of drought but protect from heavy frost.
Plant Type Native Australian Vine Mature Dimension (HxW) 2m x 2m Sun Exposure Full Sun, Part Shade Bird / Wildlife Attracting Yes Foliage Type Lanceolate - Pointed At Both Ends Foliage Colour Green Flowering Papilionaceous - Resembling A Butterfly Flower Colour Purple, Mauve, Blue Flower Season Spring, Summer