Thunbergia erecta (Bush Clock Vine) is an erect, sometimes twining, evergreen shrub with small, ovate, dark green leaves and slightly fragrant, velvety dark blue to purple flowers, 1 in. long (2.5 cm), adorned with cream or yellow throats. Borne singly or in small clusters, they bloom throughout the summer and fall.
|Common Name:||Bush Clock Vine, King's Mantle|
|Botanical Name:||Thunbergia Erecta|
|Native To:||west Africa, commonly cultivated in India|
|Bloom Time:||Spring, Summer|
|Watering:||Twice per day|