Sollya heterophylla

Common name: Bluebell creeper,

You will admire the sweet, juicy fruits of Sollya heterophylla - a unique Australian native.

-1 to -5°C
Good for Pollinators

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Sollya heterophylla also known as Billardiera, boasts clusters of pretty, blue, bell-shaped blooms which nod in the breeze from June to November. Glossy, green, evergreen foliage adorns woody, climbing stems which will weave through a pergola, a trellis or up a warm sunny wall.The cylindrical purple-blue fruits which follow in autumn, are apparently edible though we haven't tried them ourselves. A native of Western Australian where Sollya can be found growing in forest and woodland - hence the common name Australian Bluebell Creeper. You will witness a marvellous summer display in both borders and large containers, as the bees, butterflies and other pollinators visit for a tasty, nectar-rich treat. Birds will enjoy the fruits in autumn and winter.Sollya heterophylla prefers to be grown in a sheltered spot in well-drained soil in sun or part shade. Reaching a mature height of 2m, and spreading to 1.5m, she has an RHS hardiness rating of H3, so will require winter protection as temperatures dip below zero C.
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Key Information
Latin Name Sollya heterophylla 9cm pot
Common Name Bluebell creeper,
Hardiness H3 (-1 to -5°C)
Colour Blue
Type Perennial
Position Full-Sun, Part-Shade, Part-Sun
Format 9cm Pots
Height in Maturity (m) 2.00
Spread in Maturity (m) 1.50
Soil Conditions Chalk Loam Sand
Aspect South-facing, West-facing
Climbing Yes
Good for pots Yes
Good for wildlife Yes
Good for pollinators Yes

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