Aswith exquisitely scented white tubular borne in clusters, stand supreme. Leaves are leathery and glossy green and, being a natural climber, it is important that adequate supports are provided for the twining of the plant to twist around. In winter they should have a light that is not too hot, and the loam-based mixture should be kept only just moist. During spring and summer much more water will be needed, but it is important that the mixture should be free draining to avoid rot that will result in discoloration and eventual loss of . New plants may be raised from in a warm in a peat and sand mixture, or they may be raised from if seed can be obtained. By cross of you may be able to encourage your own plants to produce seed – the seed pod resembles a large oval-shaped green fruit and should be left on the plant until it turns yellow and actually splits open. It is quite an exciting experience to see the silk-like textured seed ‘parachutes’ slowly expand and eventually emerge from the seed pod.