This 15- to 20-ft. vine not only smells like dessert, it also produces loads of lovely, lilac purple flowers from May through June. Hardy in Zones 4-9, Chocolate Vine bears unique, leathery leaves that grow in attractive clusters and are evergreen in milder climates. Can be used as a climber on arbors, trellises and fences or as a lush ground cover. Large, edible seedpods ripen in early autumn and taste like tapioca pudding! Prefers full sun to partial shade. Zones 4-10. Akebia quintata 'Silver Bells'
I received three plants from you. The are in great condition and very well rooted. I had received plants from other nurseries not as healthy or mature enough. Thank you or the great plants ! You guys rock !
Aug 20, 2016 | By Robin Tan
I planted this about 2 years ago. It's healthy and growing but there has not been one flower on it since I got it.