Russian Vine, Mile A Minute - 2.5 litres
Fallopia baldschuanica , the Russian vine, also known as the Mile a minute vine, is the classic fast-growing climber for covering large walls and unsightly outbuildings rapidly. In late summer and autumn, it covers itself with clusters of pink-tinged white flowers. Capable of growing up to 12m.
Plant in any poor or moderately fertile, moist but well-drained soil, in sun or partial shade. Provide strong supports. Pruning, which should be carried out in early spring, is only necessary to keep it within bounds.
British nursery grown.
|Botanical name||Fallopia baldschuanica|
|British nursery grown||Y|
|Common name||Russian Vine, Mile A Minute|
|Plant type||Deciduous Climbers|
|Season of interest||Summer|
|Time to maturity||2 - 5 years|
|Ultimate height||8.1m - 12m|
|Ultimate spread||2.6m - 4m|