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Chilean bell flower Overview
A monotypic genus of twining climber from the forests of Southern Chile. The only member, L. rosea, or the Chilean bellflower, has oval evergreen leaves and pendulous bell-shaped waxy flowers in shades of pink, scarlet and orange produced in Summer and Autumn. There are a number of cultivars available bred for a variety of flower colours. They are tender plants ideal for a mild, shady garden.
How to propagate Chilean bell flower
Seed in spring, soaked for 2 days before sowing.
In spring or autumn by layering.
Other uses of Chilean bell flower
Grown for its large, waxy flowers.