"Chalice Vine" or Cup of gold, as sometimes called , is a heavy, thick stemmed tropical liana, related to angels trumpets. They have large shiny leaves and large bell shaped golden yellow flowers, which have a fragrance reminiscent of coconut. Lovely grown on a large pergola. Culture
Cup of gold is a fast growing vine that thrives in most any well-drained soil. It tolerates severe pruning and blooms on new growth, so it can be cut back at any time of year. This is a heavy vine, and it requires a very sturdy support.
Light: Cup of gold thrives in full sun to partial shade.
Moisture: Cup of gold grows best with regular watering, but blooms best when water is withheld. Let the vine grow for a while, producing vigorous new shoots, then withhold water until the leaves begin to wilt.
Hardiness: USDA Zones 10 - 11. Price is per plant.