Discovered - climbing frangipani in inner-city Sydney
I've talked about this plant before in my blog. It was small and spindly; I thus assumed that it was one of those "survives but never thrives" tropicals that abound in Sydney (think Ixora, Plumeria obtusa ect - tropicals that will stay alive, push out a few leaves each year before the next winter hits). Then I spotted a huge vine covered in flowers in the parking lot of a local shopping centre. In fact, it is so robust that I couldn't even photograph it all - all I managed was a small side-view shot:
A close up of the flower - the perfume is similar to that of the frangipani
Luckily, there were a few branches overhanging the fence - perfect cutting material!