Canarina Canariensis - Canary Bellflower
Native to the Canary Islands, this creeping perennial can reach up to 3m tall with slender vines perfect for being tied to trellises or simply allowed to scramble across the ground. Leaves are triangular in shape, up to around 5cm long with somewhat jagged margins.
In late winter to early spring beautiful bell-shaped flowers appear, up to 7cm long, red-orange with deep red veins. The fruits, yellow and ovate in shape, around 4cm long, are edible with a taste comparable to figs.
Frost tender - keep above 0°C at all times.