Native to Australia, it flowers best in a well-lit position. It is a butterfly-attracting plant in the garden and can easily be grown indoors, ideally in a south or west-facing window. Eventually, fragrant clusters of white star-shaped flowers marked with red will appear on the vine!
Light: Bright, indirect light, a bit of direct sun is usually fine.
Water: Allow soil to dry a bit between waterings. Allow it to get root-bound before going up one pot size.
*Color of leaves and blooms will depend on environmental conditions of each individual plant. Individual plants may vary based on stock available.