Dragon™ Vine Flowers are usually produced on the current year’s growth and are beautiful, rose-colored, 1 inch by 1 inch, and similar to plants in the magnolia family which is an ancient relative. Kadsura, as noted by Saunders, is found in fossil records by paleobotanist, in both North America and Europe, dating back tens of thousands of years.
Kadsura can benefit from hand pollination when flowers open. Kadsura Dragon™ Vine flowers are often self-fertile or dioecious. It is recommended to plant several vines for the best pollination.
Dragon™ Vine fruits can develop at nearly every part of the plant on new growth, followed by heavy production of berries.
Planting several plants together ensures the best pollination.