Queen's Wreath

Petraea Volubilis

Queen's Wreath, Petraea Volubilis

With the loveliness of a wisteria, petrea vine - often called "Queen's Wreath Vine" - blossoms with billowing clouds of cascading purple flowers. The enormous flower clusters can reach up to a foot in length and completely cover this plant in the spring.

Blooms will appear on and off in summer with another burst of flowers in the fall.

The Queen's Wreath can be trained to go where you want and is an ideal plant for your Trellis







Optimal Light Sun
Drought Tolerance Low
Growth Rate Fast
Mature Height Variable
Mature Spread Variable
Salt Tolerance Low to none
Comments Purple flowers in the spring