This well known and popular native of South-East Asia is a fast growing vine that can reach lengths of anywhere between 2.5 – 8.0m. It's woody vines periodically bloom attractive, tubular clusters of fragrant flowers that turn from white to pink and deep red or crimson, alongside the decorative covering of slender, light green leaves.
The Rangoon Creeper also has it's uses as medication, including alleviating diarrhea, and for antihelmintic purposes.
The Rangoon Creeper is fast growing, requiring attention and pruning should it need to be kept to a limit. It will almost certainly thrive in full sunshine. Propogation is through cuttings or sometimes root suckers.