This rare vine produces wide-mouthed flowers in tangy yellow and red colors, reminiscent of the savory spices of its homeland in India. It blooms in clusters of 2-3’ long chains of eye-catching flowers that emerge in waves from spring through early fall. The blossoms have a sweet nectar that attracts hummingbirds. It was awarded the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Merit for its unusual flowers. Indian Clock Vine is one of the most beautiful flowering vines we grow. Overwinter as a house plant. Image courtesy of Logee’s.