Known as: Hawaiian baby woodrose, silk cord, Creeper Elephant, Morning Glory silver, Woolly Morning Glory.
Native to eastern India and Bangladesh, is also present in the pacific islands of French Polynesia, Hawaii and
Supported by growing trees or other supports and can reach measuring 9 m or more.
The leaves are generally heart-shaped and measuring 15-25 cm in length and 13 to 2.0 cm wide. Sepals measuring
1.3 to 1.5 cm.
The flowers have trumpet-shaped measuring 5 to 7.5 cm long and out of axial leaves.
The fruits are woody and measure 1 - 2 cm in diameter.
The nuts are often used as decorative items are called rose wood (wood rose) because the sepals that are around
fruits are also generating an aspect of a wooden flower.
It should leave the seed steeped in water for about 12 hours to break dormancy after this is due to bury the seeds
about 0.5 cm in the soil.
The soil must have good drainage. It is a plant that likes sun and shade and plenty of water balanced. Has a root
very large and strong, so it does not grow well in pots need to be planted directly in the ground so that it
has a good growth.
Cuttings can be removed with "cuts" mature plants.
Hawaiian Baby WoodRose seeds are sold for seedling, incense making, soap making, decorative purposes and/or legitimate ethnobotanical research and is not intended for human consumption.