Purple Bell Vine Seeds

Beautiful rapid climber

Item # 01771-PK-P1
In stock - allow 3-5 business days for order processing prior to shipment.
Genus Rhodochiton
Species atrosanguineum
Item Form (P) Pkt of 20 seeds
Bloom Start to End Early Summer - Late Fall
Seeds Per Pack 20
Plant Height 6 ft - 10 ft
Additional Characteristics Flower, Long Bloomers
Bloom Color Lavender, Purple, Dark Pink
Foliage Color Medium Green
Light Requirements Full Sun
Moisture Requirements Moist,  well-drained
Soil Tolerance Normal,  loamy
Uses Outdoor, Border, Vines and Climbers

Review Summary
(Based on 6 Reviews)

2.5 star rating
Overall Rating: 2.5 / 5.0


1 star rating
Not 20 seeds
Sue from IA wrote on March 28, 2022

There were only 12 seeds, not 20, so I was a little disappointed. Starting seeds indoors so can’t speak to anything else

1 star rating
Purple bell vine
Kimm from IL wrote on March 26, 2022

Very very disappointed..... There might have been 10 seeds.... So very little... They have yet to sprout... 2weeks ....I don't think they will. I have no intention of doing business again

1 star rating
Poor quality
Nat from MA wrote on March 24, 2022

The seeds did not sprout at all, not even single one. I have them in starter tray under humidity dome and on heating mat. Very disappointing.

1 star rating
No germination
Rachel H from CO wrote on March 14, 2022

I had zero germination from these Rhodochiton Purple Bell seeds. Disappointed.

5 star rating
Amazing flowers
J Craig from WA wrote on March 23, 2020

I first discovered rhodochiton about 7 years ago when I saw a picture of the unusual flowers of this plant. I bought some seeds and was astonished by the fragile thread-like stems that dangle unusual dark pink and purple flowers. This plant is so lovely that I love growing it and receiving compliments on it exotic beauty. Here is what I do to grow this plant successfully: I buy the seeds in winter and plant them in individual peat pots. I then cover them with clear plastic and grow them on top of a heat mat and place the pots under a grow light. Once the plants have developed their first true leaves I remove the plastic cover and continue growing them under the grow light until the temperatures in my zone 8 garden are warm enough for me to move them outside. I put my plants in hanging pots. This past year I tried bringing in the plants to see if I could keep them going through winter under grow lights. All but one of the plants died, but I do have the one still going. This is a plant worth trying. All of the seeds I purchased from Park this year germinated.

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