(Rhodochiton atrosanguineum) A creeping plant reaching a length of up to 1.5-2 meters. Interesting flowers up to 5 cm in length, which are tubular corollas surrounded by purple bell-shaped petals, completely cover the entire vine. Rhodochiton blooms profusely from mid-summer to late autumn with five-petaled bell-shaped flowers with wine-red perianth. Shoots need support. The plant grows well in a warm, sunny location. In summer, abundant watering and fertilizing every 14 days are required. In winter, the plant is kept in light at a temperature of +5+10°C. Watering is moderate: just so that the substrate does not dry out.
Number of seeds in one package: 10 seeds.