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Jade Vine: The jade vine (Strongylodon macrobotrys) is a native of the tropical forests of the Philippines. Its flowers are the color of highly unusual blue-green jade, and hang in bunches up to 90 cm long; each clawlike flower is about 7½ cm long. The jade vine's flowers are pollinated by bats.
I will have a bottle tree. For thousands of years, superstition has held that bottles can trap bad spirits at night, which are then destroyed in the next day's sunlight - legends of "bottle imps" and genies in lamps originated in Arabia over three thousand years ago, and have been handed down through sub-Saharan Africa, up to Europe, and finally to North America.
Rhodochiton atrosanguineum (AGM) Purple Bell Vine is a deciduous perennial climber with heart-shaped leaves and twining leaf stalks. It bears pendulous tubular deep maroon flowers with bowl-shaped rose-red calyces in Summer and Autumn. It can make a height of 1.5/2.5m but only 1m in spread making it a good candidate for a pergola as shown in this picture. It likes a position in full sun.