This free-growing, twining climber produces 2" long, rosy pink, snapdragon-like flowers, which explains why it's sometimes called a "Twining Snapdragon." Suitable for outdoors during the summer, it can then be moved indoors during the winter. It will flower from spring to late autumn. While it grows 5-7 feet tall, it can easily be trimmed. This rare plant is also excellent for hanging containers.