Tropaeolum speciosum can look wonderful, climbing up a dark-leaved tree or shrub, perhaps a yew hedge or a rhododendron, with its trailing, slender stems carrying a succession of scarlet flowers, followed by pairs of dark blue fruit. Some people find it hard to establish. Fo
Herbaceous climber with scarlet flowers, followed by pairs of dark blue fruit.
||9 cm pot|
||Late summer to mid autumn|
||best in cool, damp, partly shaded places|
||humus rich soil|
||1.2 - 2 m|