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  Rangoon Creeper

 

Cambodia

A Rangoon Creeper, also referred to as Drunken Sailor, in Cambodia. This vine can grow well over 10 metres long and is in constant bloom, bearing clusters of spike flowers that change color over time from white to pink, into red. In Thai, this vine is called lep meua nang, i.e. ‘lady fingernails’. See also List of Thai Botanical Names.

See also POSTAGE STAMPS.