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Curtain creeper, Vernonia creeper, Parda bel - Plant

Curtain creeper, Vernonia creeper, Parda bel - Plant

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  • Organic
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Vermi Organics proudly presents the Curtain Creeper, scientifically known as Vernonia creeper and locally cherished as Parda Bel. This enchanting plant, with its cascading foliage and clusters of vibrant flowers, is a visual spectacle that adds a touch of elegance to any outdoor space. Whether adorning garden walls, pergolas, or fences, the Curtain Creeper transforms ordinary structures into lush green tapestries. Explore the captivating beauty and versatile charm of this botanical gem available at Vermi Organics.


Vernonia creeper, commonly referred to as Curtain Creeper, belongs to the Asteraceae family and is native to South Asia. It is celebrated for its vigorous growth and its ability to create a cascading curtain of greenery, hence its popular name. The plant's botanical resilience, coupled with its aesthetic appeal, has made it a beloved choice for landscape enthusiasts. Vermi Organics is delighted to offer this versatile creeper that effortlessly weaves natural beauty into outdoor spaces.


Beyond its ornamental allure, Curtain Creeper offers several benefits that contribute to a healthy and vibrant garden environment. Its dense foliage acts as a natural shield, providing privacy and shade. Additionally, the plant attracts pollinators, fostering biodiversity and contributing to the overall health of the ecosystem.

Type of Plant (Indoor or Outdoor):

Curtain Creeper is best suited for outdoor cultivation, where it can unleash its full potential in terms of growth and visual impact. Plant it along fences, walls, or structures that could use a burst of greenery. While it thrives outdoors, it is not a common choice for indoor cultivation due to its vigorous growth habits and space requirements.


Caring for Curtain Creeper involves providing it with the right conditions for its robust growth. Plant it in well-draining soil enriched with organic matter, and ensure it receives ample sunlight for optimal flowering. Regular pruning can help maintain a neat appearance and control its growth. While the plant is hardy, consistent watering, especially during dry periods, supports its lush foliage.

Common Names:

The plant is known by various names reflecting its appearance and use. In English, it is often called Curtain Creeper, emphasizing its cascading growth that resembles a natural curtain. In Hindi and many regional languages, it goes by the name Parda Bel, where "Parda" translates to curtain, underscoring its curtain-like appearance.


  • Botanical Name: Vernonia creeper
  • Family: Asteraceae
  • Height: Up to 20 feet
  • Width: Spread varies based on support structure
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to partial shade
  • Soil Type: Well-draining, fertile
  • Watering: Moderate, more frequent during dry periods
  • Hardiness Zones: USDA Zones 9-11

Special Features:

The special features of Curtain Creeper lie in its cascading growth habit and the clusters of small, purple flowers that adorn its vines. The plant's ability to transform vertical surfaces into green tapestries and its resilience to various growing conditions make it a standout in the world of ornamental creepers.


  1. Vertical Garden Accent: Curtain Creeper is a perfect choice for creating vertical gardens, adding a lush, green backdrop to walls, fences, or pergolas. Its cascading vines create a living tapestry that transforms ordinary structures into botanical showcases.

  2. Privacy Screen: Planted along fences or walls, Curtain Creeper acts as a natural privacy screen, providing a shield of greenery. The dense foliage not only enhances privacy but also creates a serene and peaceful environment.

  3. Attracts Pollinators: The small, purple flowers of the Curtain Creeper attract pollinators like butterflies and bees, contributing to the overall biodiversity of the garden. This enhances the ecological balance and supports the health of the garden ecosystem.

  4. Erosion Control: Planted on slopes or areas prone to erosion, Curtain Creeper's extensive root system helps bind the soil, preventing erosion and soil runoff. This makes it a valuable asset in landscape management.

  5. Aesthetic Appeal: Whether draped over an archway or allowed to free-fall from a hanging basket, Curtain Creeper adds an aesthetic charm to any garden setting. Its versatility in design and ease of care make it a popular choice among landscape designers.

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