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San Miguel Coral Vine (BC)

Plant family: Polygonaceae - Buckwheat


Plant type: Vine

Plant origin: N/A, Floristic Provence of Baja

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Flower Color Pink
Blooming Season Fall, Spring
Height 25-40 feet
Spread 35-40 feet
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Coastal Strand

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Sand, Sandy Loam

Special Characteristic

Fire Resistance, Vines/Espaliers

Plant Highlights

Coral Vine is a native of Mexico. This delightful vine is fast growing, climbing with tendrils, and will reach 40'. Leaves are dark green, heart-shaped to arrowhead shaped and up to 5 inches long. It produces edible tubers. Stunningly beautiful blooms occur from midsummer to fall when the plant is covered with small rose pink flowers to 1 1/2 inch long. This vine should be cut back hard after flowering to keep it in check. We have found it to be frost-sensitive.

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