Hardenbergia violacea.


Beautiful, non agresive, vine plant of purble flowers and low maintenance.

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Origin and Description:

Hardenbergia violacea, also known as coral pea or happy wanderer, is a perennial or semi-perennial plant in cold climates, belonging to the Fabaceae family. Originating from Australia, this hardy plant is appreciated for its beautiful lilac flowers that bloom from late winter to spring, depending on the ambient temperature. It has vigorous yet controlled growth and tends to entwine with other plants without being invasive.


For optimal growth, it requires a sunny location and neutral to slightly acidic soil with good drainage; soil structure can be improved by adding sand. After flowering, it is advisable to prune the plant to encourage new leaf growth at the base and remove any damaged or broken branches, as well as to enhance ventilation between branches. Regarding care, it is recommended to fertilize annually with organic matter outdoors and with liquid fertilizer indoors, ensuring adequate exposure to sunlight or bright light.


This plant prefers moderate and regular watering, avoiding waterlogging, as it does not tolerate overly wet soil. It is important to allow the top layer of soil to dry between waterings to prevent root rot problems.


After flowering, pruning the plant is recommended to encourage new leaf growth at the base, remove any damaged or broken branches, and improve ventilation between branches. Trimming can also help control the size and shape of the plant.

Diseases and Pests:

Hardenbergia violacea is generally resistant to diseases and pests, although in indoor or poorly ventilated environments, it may be prone to aphids such as greenflies. An effective solution is to spray the plant with a strong jet of water to remove them and promote proper air circulation between the branches.


An interesting fact about this plant is its ability to attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies, contributing to garden biodiversity. Its beauty and low maintenance make it an excellent choice for ornamental gardens and indoor spaces with good lighting.


Data sheet

Hardenberiga violacea. Australian lilac
Australia, from sea levels to mountain levels.
2.5mtrs high and 1.00mtrs wide
Clusters of lilac flowers on dark green foliage, which appear from the end of the winter to the spring. There are also varieties in white or pink
Direct sun or partial shade.
Deep waters, when the soil is dry. Not to overwater. In winter is sufficient in having a moist soil.
For trellys, pergolas, walls, archs, also at the edge of high troughs.s
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Although can tolerate very short periods of frost, it cannot live under -4ºc. And with temperatures of more of 30ºC, it is convenient to place it in a semi-shade area.
Being the product a living plant and depending on the season, this plant could be received, in some cases, not exactly the same as in the photography, but as similar as possible, without impacting on quality of the same.

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