Twining Glycine

07th May 2017
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(Glycine clandestina)

The thin, long twining stems of the twining glycine growing up trees, on fallen branches and twigs can be hard to spot. From August to January, however, when its flowers are in profusion, you should be able to see this plant fairly easily along the roadsides and paths of Nungurner.

Leave small branches and twigs in your garden to encourage the creeper to grow.

As well as being an attractive plant for your garden, it is a useful food source for caterpillars.

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