The Rangoon creeper (syn. Quisqualis indica) is one of those climbers that once seen, cannot be forgotten. Even more so when it's the very rare double flowering form! Coming from tropical Asia and New Guinea this climber likes warm, moist conditions and protection from cold winter winds, hail and frost. The double flowering form has large, hand sized inflorescences composed of multiple flowers that start off cream and age to fuschia with a beautiful fragrance. Best in full sun to afternoon shade. With ideal conditions this climber can reach up to 10m, although half of that is more common.