Meyenia erecta, bush clock vine, Thunbergia erecta

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    Polybag size / Pot size: Polybag: 10x10, 3.9L
    Plant height: 12''

    Elevate your landscape with the vibrant charm of Meyenia erecta, also known as the Bush Clock Vine, available at Jagtap Nursery. As a wholesale landscape plant supplier, we offer this evergreen shrub renowned for its upright growth habit and clusters of striking tubular flowers.

    The Bush Clock Vine is a versatile addition to gardens and landscapes, valued for its ability to add a burst of color and visual interest. With its beautiful purple flowers, it serves as an attractive option for both ornamental displays and hedging purposes.

    Visit Jagtap Nursery today to explore our selection of Bush Clock Vine and other landscape plants. Let us help you create captivating outdoor spaces with our high-quality plants and expert guidance.


    Thrives in full sun to partial shade. Requires adequate sunlight for optimal flowering.


    Maintain regular watering, allowing the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Avoid waterlogged conditions.


    Adaptable to various well-draining soil types. Enrich the soil with organic matter.


    Apply a balanced fertilizer during the growing season to promote healthy growth and flowering.


    Prefers warm temperatures. Protect from frost and cold drafts.


    Commonly propagated through stem cuttings. Rooting hormone may aid in successful propagation.

    Pest and Diseases:

    Relatively resistant to pests. Monitor for aphids or spider mites. Treat with insecticidal soap if needed.


    Implement preventive measures by regularly inspecting the plant. Treat aphid or mite infestations with suitable insecticides or insecticidal soap.

    Similar Looking Plants:

    - Thunbergia alata (Black-Eyed Susan Vine): Similar flowers, but with a twining habit.

    Mix Planting Recommendations:

    - Combine with flowering shrubs like Hibiscus for a colorful and diverse garden.

    - Pair with ornamental grasses for textural contrast.

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