Common Name(s): Blue Skyflower, Honeydew Drops, Pigeon Berry, Honey Drops
Origin: Central (Tropical) America
Size: 8' - 15' h x 5' - 12' w
Type: Perennial (Drought Tolerant)
Light: Full Sun to Half Day Sun

Mid-size growing perennial tree with attractive blue and white Wisteria like flowers that turn to grape like yellow berries. Leaves are medium size, dark green and bright white spray painted variegation. Best results in full sun (4-6 hours min) to half day sun. This shrub/tree or vine will reach up to 15 feet tall and wide. Drought tolerant once established. Semi-deciduous in Winter, if cold enough, but will leaf out on old wood. Excellent garden or container plant (does have thorns). Known to attract butterflies, bees and hummingbirds. Prune to shape. Caution: Poisonous
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