Sollya heterophylla

2 lt pot (60cm cane) £17.99
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Buy Sollya heterophylla bluebell creeper: Clusters sky-blue flowers

  • Position: full sun or partial sun
  • Soil: moderately-fertile, humus-rich, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: June to September
  • Hardiness: half hardy (will need winter protection)

    Pretty, pendant, blue, bell-shaped flowers from June to September, followed by edible, blue berries, and lance-shaped, deep green leaves. This unusual, twining, evergreen climber is ideal for training over a pergola or arch in a sheltered, sunny site. Where temperatures fall below 5°C (41°F) it's best grown under glass and watered sparingly during the winter months.

  • Garden care: Tie twining stems using raffia or garden twine. In the spring cut back the flowered shoots to within 2-4 buds.

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Eventual height & spread

Established well in first year.


How winter hardy will soon be discovered but looks OK so far




would buy again


very pretty plant




Fantastic plant, highly recommended.


A gorgeous plant which I cannot do without around my patio. Winter protection needed.




I will have tp as it was doing great then suddenly died


I have 2 plants in containers with obelisks, 1 each side the french windows. I bring them in to the conservatory over winter. Each year they do great for a certain time, then 1 suddenly dies, so every year I have to renew one. I have no idea why, as I have been doing this same procedure for years.

Jackie piano



Unusual pretty climber


~A pretty unusual climber, doesn't lose its lower leaves, flowers are small and not prolific.




A lovely plant, that so far, weather permitting, has kept iT


Arrived in beautiful condition, as the packaging couldn,t have been better. Thank you.

Zig Zog

S. Wales


Sollya heterophylla

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Hello. I have just bought a Sollya heterophylla (bluebell creeper) and having done some research it seems it's a weed in Australia that's considered invasive and a nightmare to get rid of once it starts 'free-styling' in the garden. Is it best to keep the plant in a pot or does the UK weather help to hinder it's prolific growth/invasion? It's a lovely looking plant and I'd hate to end up hating it if it takes over my garden which has been a lot of hard work to achieve. Many thanks


Hello there What is a weed or invasive in one country thankfully isn't necessarily in another country and this plant will never grow like it does in Australia. In the UK it is classed as half hardy needing a glass house if the temperature fall below 5°C so is better to be grown in a pot.

My bluebell creeper as frost damage can the plant be saved


Hello, It really depends on how badly damaged it has been, so the only thing you can do now is wait and see if the plant recovers or not. In the meantime keep it somewhere frost free and water it when the compost gets dry.


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