Hill glory bower is a shrub, grows up to 1 to 2 m high. The quadrangular branches are covered with yellowish hair. The stem is erect, high, with no branches and produce circular leaves. Leaves are simple, oppositeOppositely arranged leaves are oval & hairy. The base of the leaf is heart-shaped.
White flowers, tinged with pink, occur in large panicles. The five white petals are tinged pink at the base. Inflorescence in terminal, peduncled, few-flowered cyme; flowers white with purplish pink or dull-purple throat, pubescent. Flowering season is from March to April. Fruit berry, globose, turned bluish-black or black when ripe, enclosed in the red accrescent fruiting-calyx.Ayurvedic herb used for the treatment of wounds, skin diseases. It is often grown as an ornamental, valued especially for its aromatic flowers.
*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%