|There is a vine growing up the side of my parents new balcony with bunches of small pink/purple flowers. We need help identifying what it is.
It took me three years to identify this plant when I obtained it.
It is called Evergreen Wisteria. It may not be evergreen everywhere and it is not a Wisteria; so much for common names.
Callerya reticulata is the botanical name.
Here is an excellent photo contributed to the NGA database by mjsponies:
|Thank you so much! Would you happen to know how we care for it and if or when it needs to be pruned?|
|This web page from Singapore National Parks has some info you may find interesting, although some of it is highly technical. Towards the middle of the page is info on care and propagation. https://florafaunaweb.nparks.g...|
|No plant naturally needs to be pruned, but if it gets out of bounds, trimming right after blooming is usually the best plan to not affect the blooms for the following year.|