|Etymology||Genus||After Carl Peter Thunberg, a Swedish botanist|
|Synonyms||Roxburghia rostrata Russell ex Nees|
|Common Names||Sweet Clock Vine, White Lady, White Thunbergia|
|Native Distribution||Southeastern Asia and Malesia|
Thunbergia fragrans have a very distinct leaf shape, which always reminds me of a knight's shield. It has a pronounced drip-tip and two short wings at the base. It climbs via its twining stem. It is common at open forest edges and seem to be able to tolerate semi-shade too.
The Sweet Clock Vine is a common climber of sunny areas.
The leaf shape is very distinctive with two short lobes at the base.
Flowers are white and five petaled.
Fruit is a capsule with an extended 'beak'.