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Hardenbergia violacea 'Alba'


Botanical Name: Hardenbergia Violacea CV. alba

Common name: False Creeper Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla, Alba Vine, Alba Vine, Hardenbergia Coral Pea, White Wanderer, White Happy Wanderer

Family: Fabaceae

Origin: Australia

Height: 5 to 7 m

Luminosity: Full Sun, Partial Shading



Perennial vine of the family  fabaceae, native to Australia, where it is widely grown as an ornamental plant, flowering in winter and spring.  It is known in that region by the common name of Falsa Salsaparilha or White Coral Pea.


Its planting along fences, walls or even isolated, are a good way out in landscape projects, which, due to their profusion of flowers, guarantee the success of this species in gardens around the world.



The species prefers to be planted in full sun in colder regions and in partial shade in warmer regions. It is not picky about the soil, but it likes sandy-clay soil, rich in organic matter and that promotes good drainage. Very drought tolerant once well established.


Very rustic plant, easy to grow after well established. It has low tolerance to frost in its juvenile stage, increasing resistance with age.


It attracts many birds and butterflies.


Hardenbergia violacea ‘Alba’ Espaldar

  • Vase 3L   Backrest 70x35 cm

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