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New Zealand’s Best Pandorea Plants

Adding colourful climbers to your garden delivers a vast range of benefits:

We have the right variety of Pandorea for your space in our large range of plants. These have been selected to thrive in NZ’s climate. We stock only the highest quality plants, sourcing them from NZ’s leading nurseries. Each plant is packed and transported with extreme care, ensuring it arrives to you in the same condition it was in when it left the nursery. If you are wanting to buy Pandorea, shop with confidence from the best in the industry.

Common questions about growing Pandorea

1. Can you grow Pandorea from cuttings?

Pandorea are typically grown from cuttings. The best time to take cuttings is in the spring or summer when the plant is actively growing. To take a cutting, use sharp secateurs to cut a 10-15 cm length of stem just below a node. Remove the leaves all but the two top leaves. Dip the cut end of the cutting in rooting hormone, then pot it up in a well-draining potting mix. Keep the potting mix moist and place the pot in a warm, sunny location. Mist the leaves regularly. The cutting should root within 4-6 weeks.

2. Does Pandorea have invasive roots?

Pandorea can have invasive roots, especially the Pandorea pandorana species. It is important to be aware of this when planting, and to take steps to prevent the roots from becoming a problem.

Here are some tips for preventing invasive roots:

3. Is Pandorea a perennial?

Pandorea is a perennial and can live for many years, even decades. It is a genus of about 20 species of flowering plants in the family Bignoniaceae. They are native to Australia and New Guinea. Pandorea are evergreen or deciduous woody vines, growing up to 10 m tall. They have trumpet-shaped flowers that are white, pink, purple, or red.

4. How do you grow Pandorea?

Growing Pandorea is a rewarding experience that can add a splash of colour and fragrance to your garden. Here's a guide on how to grow this beautiful plant:

  1. Pandorea thrives in warm, sunny locations with well-drained soil. Avoid planting it in areas prone to frost or waterlogging.
  2. Dig a hole twice the width of the root ball and slightly deeper. Gently loosen the roots of the plant and place it in the hole. Fill the hole with soil and firm it gently during the process. Water thoroughly to settle the soil and provide initial moisture.
  3. Water Pandorea regularly, especially during hot, dry periods. Aim to keep the soil moist but not soggy. Mulching around the base of the plant with organic material like bark chips or shredded leaves helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and helps to regulate the soil temperature.
  4. Feed Pandorea with a balanced fertilizer in spring and autumn to promote healthy growth and flowering.
  5. Pandorea needs support to climb and reach its full potential. Provide a trellis, fence, or other structure for the vine to cling to. Prune Pandorea regularly to maintain its shape and control its growth.
  6. Pest and Disease Control: Pandorea is generally pest and disease resistant, but it can be susceptible to aphids, scale insects, and powdery mildew. Regular inspection and appropriate pest control measures can help keep these issues at bay.
  7. In colder climates, Pandorea may need protection from frost. A frost blanket is the best option if a heavy frost is forecast.

With proper care and attention, Pandorea can become a cherished addition to your garden, providing years of beauty and fragrance. Enjoy the vibrant blooms and cascading foliage of this versatile plant.

5. How big do Pandorea plants get?

Pandorea plants can vary greatly in size depending on the species, growing conditions, and available support for climbing. Some species, like Pandorea pandorana, can grow up to 10 meters tall, while others, like Pandorea jasminoides, may reach only 3-6 meters in height.

Proper care and support can influence the growth of Pandorea plants. Regular pruning can also keep the plant within desired dimensions and prevent it from becoming overly large or unwieldy.

Here's some height ranges for common Pandorea species:

Remember, these are just estimates, and the actual height of your Pandorea plant will depend on various factors. Enjoy the beauty and versatility of this vining plant, whether it reaches towering heights or adds a touch of greenery and fragrance to your garden in a more compact form.

6. How do you get Pandorea to flower?

Encouraging Pandorea plants to bloom requires a combination of appropriate growing conditions, regular care, and strategic pruning techniques. Here are some key factors that influence Pandorea flowering:

  1. Sunlight: Pandorea thrives in full sun to partial shade. Ensure your plant receives at least 6-8 hours of direct sunlight daily to promote optimal flowering.
  2. Watering: Water Pandorea regularly, especially during hot, dry periods. Aim to keep the soil moist but not soggy. Overwatering can lead to root rot, while underwatering can stress the plant and hinder flowering.
  3. Fertilizing: Fertilize Pandorea in spring and autumn with a balanced fertilizer to provide essential nutrients for healthy growth and abundant flowering.
  4. Pruning: Regular pruning helps maintain the shape of the plant and encourages new growth, which is where most of the flowers will appear. Prune lightly after flowering has finished to promote a flush of new blooms the following season.
  5. Support: Provide a sturdy trellis, fence, or other structure for the Pandorea vine to climb.
  6. Overwintering: In colder climates, protect Pandorea from frost damage. If growing in a container, bring the plant indoors during winter months. If planted in the ground, consider covering the base of the plant with a thick layer of mulch to protect the roots.
  7. Age: Pandorea plants typically start flowering within 2-3 years of planting. Once they reach maturity, they should flower reliably each year.
  8. Patience: Some Pandorea species, particularly younger plants, may take a few years to mature and start flowering consistently. Be patient and provide the plant with the right care conditions, and it will eventually reward you with beautiful blooms.

By following these tips, you can create an environment that encourages your Pandorea plant to flourish and produce an abundance of fragrant flowers that will enhance the beauty of your garden.

7. Is Pandorea a jasmine?

Pandorea is not a true jasmine, although it is sometimes referred to as "native jasmine" due to the similar appearance and fragrance of its flowers. True jasmines belong to the genus Jasminum, which is a separate genus within the same family (Oleaceae) as Pandorea.

Here's a comparison between Pandorea and Jasminum:



Despite being from different genera, Pandorea and Jasminum share some similarities, such as their fragrant flowers and climbing growth habit. However, there are also distinct differences in their flower shape, leaf morphology, and taxonomic classification.

8. Does Pandorea jasminoides smell?

Yes, Pandorea jasminoides, commonly known as bower vine or pandora vine, produces fragrant flowers that emit a sweet, delicate scent. The aroma is often described as similar to jasmine, hence the plant's common name. The fragrance is particularly noticeable in the evenings and during warm weather. It can waft through the air, attracting pollinators like bees and butterflies. The scent of Pandorea jasminoides flowers is considered pleasant and refreshing, adding a touch of allure to gardens and patios.

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