Gargaloo, Monkey Vine, Woodbine, Vinetree, Gargaloo.
Presence in Australia
Noted west of the Olympic Highway in the area Narrandera-Morundah-Galore-Collingullie.
This specie has been identified in the following Australian states: Qld, NSW, Vic, SA.
Woodland and scrub in inland areas.
Tall, vigorous, woody climber with linear leaves. Sweetly-scented pale yellow flowers in spring-autumn. Young shoots climb by clinging roots, and older plants with twining stems.
Grazed by cattle and sheep, particularly in dry periods.
Collect pods when dry but not split.
Cut for fodder in drought.