Maroon, Burgundy, or Purplish-Red Foliage/Stems or Marked with those or similar colors
Find plants that have maroon, burgundy, or purplish-red leaves or stems or are marked with these colors. An easy way to color coordinate for your garden, containers, and landscapes.
Australian Waxflower, Australian Hoya, Honeyvine
Hoya australis, H. bicarinata, H. pilosa, H. pubescens
The clusters of fragrant starry white flowers with a touch of contrasting red to burgundy at the base of the corona may be produced throughout the year under warm tropical conditions. The sweet and almost honey-like, spicily fragrant flowers attract butterflies, hummingbird moths, and other pollinators. The Australian Waxflower, Hoya australis, is an exceptionally vigorous growing, twining, evergreen, tropical vine with glossy rounded ovate foliage and burgundy new growth. It naturally wants to climb and the vines can reach 30' long if offered support but it can also easily be trained to a small 3' high trellis or as a hanging basket specimen. This appears to be one of the easier to grow species and is reported to tolerate some cool sunlight although the leaves may become more olive or yellowish green than the typical deep green coloration under high light conditions. Item# 12343