Salsepareille australienne - Hardenbergia comptoniana
    • Salsepareille australienne - Hardenbergia comptoniana
    • Salsepareille australienne - Hardenbergia comptoniana
    • Salsepareille australienne - Hardenbergia comptoniana
    • Salsepareille australienne - Hardenbergia comptoniana
    • Salsepareille australienne - Hardenbergia comptoniana

    Wild Wisteria Climber

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    Hardenbergia comptoniana

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    Payment in 3x or 4x with Alma from 90€

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    Fast and safe delivery throughout Europe
    Fast and safe delivery throughout Europe
    48 to 72 hours delivery
    100 % grown in France
    100 % grown in France
    All our plants are grown from seeds in the Loire valley.
    100% natural
    100% natural
    No chemical fertilizer or add on Plants’ growth cycle is respected Non-grafted, non-hybridized
    Seedlings
    Seedlings
    We sell our plants young, so that they are both adaptable and affordable
    Customized packaging
    Customized packaging
    All our boxes were designed especially for Rayon de Serre. 100% recycled and recyclable.
    100% secure payment
    100% secure payment
    Payment in 3x or 4x with Alma from 90€

    Plant's characteristics

    • Hardenbergia comptoniana : Wild Wisteria Climber
    • Family : Fabaceae
    • Origin : Australia
    • Height in its natural environment : 3 m
    • Rusticity : -5°C
    • Flower colour : purple and yellow

    Taille des plantes Rayon de Serre Height : about 10 to 30 cm (depending on seasons)


    croissance de la plante Fast grower

    Description of the plant

    To the delight of young and old: here is Australian Sarsaparilla!

    The Smurfs were not mistaken, here is a magnificent tropical vine to discover, from the wisteria family. Its stems can extend up to 3 meters in search of a support to wind up, so you can lead this Sarsaparilla either as a ground cover or by climbing on your arbors and other pergolas.

    Frost resistant you can put in your gardens if your winters are not too cold.

    Your big dilemma will be whether you prefer its many floral clusters that can bring together around thirty flowers that last from late winter to early summer, or its magnificent leaves of a beautiful green, underlined by their more veins. bright yellow!

    It's time to adopt our Sarsaparilla because it's endangered, in large part because of the rabbits who love it, unless it's because of the Smurfs ...

    Also known as : Wild Sarsaparilla, Native lilac

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    Growing tips

    Repotting

    Repotting

    When you receive your plant, repot it in a pot slightly larger than the bucket, which must be well pierced. Avoid pot covers which prevent residual water from draining away and encourage fungal diseases. Choose a fine potting soil, ideally with added perlite or sand to lighten the substrate (do not use garden soil or acidic soil such as heather). Then plan two repottings per year (spring and autumn), gradually increasing the size of the pot and adapting it to the size of the root network (the roots must have room, but not too much as the plant must be able to dry out its substrate between waterings). This avoids having to add fertilizer, which always risks burning the fragile roots of the plants and making the plant wither as soon as the fertilizer is stopped.

    Watering

    Watering

    Copious watering: when watering, the entire root ball should be wet, then wait for the substrate to dry on the surface before watering again. These plants are greedy in water, but you should not drown the roots either. Always water at the base of the plant, and do not mist it, because stagnant water in the armpit of the leaves favors cryptogamic diseases. If your atmosphere is too dry, put bowls of water nearby (above radiators for example), so that evaporation humidifies the air.

    Pruning

    Pruning

    This plant is very easy to prune, which will make it branch out.

    Fertilizer

    Fertilizer

    Our plants are grown naturally, without chemical fertilizers, so we advise you to repot them regularly (twice a year) rather than adding fertilizer.

    In case of pest attack

    In case of pest attack

    If your plants are under attack by aphids or other pests, the best way to control them is by hand. Change their soil, remove as many undesirables as possible by hand and then shower your plants with a strong stream of water to eliminate any eggs that may be present. Spray them (insist on the underside of the leaves) with liquid black soap diluted in water. Repeat the operation several times at a few days interval. Take them outside in good weather, rain, sun and wind will kill most of the aggressors!

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