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Cobaea is a genus containing less than 20 deciduous or evergreen woody climbing species from the Polemoniaceae family. These plants are native to Mexico and South America. They are cultivated for their highly ornamental, showy, bell-shaped flowers and fast growth habit, reaching around 5-7m in height. Flowers are around 5cm long and may be white or purple and some species in this genus have escaped from gardens to become common invasive weeds, particularly in New Zealand.
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It is a good climber.