|Etymology||Genus||After the Swiss botanists, Gaspard and Jean Bauhin|
|Synonyms||Phanera kockiana (Korth.) Benth.|
|Common Names||Kock's Bauhinia, Red Trailing Bauhinia|
|Status||Exotic: Cultivated Only|
|Native Distribution||Indonesia, Malaysia|
Bauhinia kockiana is a climber commonly cultivated over trellises and shelters. It has tri-veined opposite leaves and are often flushed with attractive orange inflorescences that gradually turn to yellow with age.
Climbing over shelter at Lower Seletar Reservoir Park (2018).