Rangoon creeper Botanically known as Combretum indicumfrom Combretaceae family. Common name are Rangoon creeper, Burma creeper, Chinese honeysuckle, Madhu Malati, Rangunachavel, Rangoon-ki-bel, Lal Malti, Irangunmalati, Radha manoharam etc. It is a perennial evergreen flowering vine & it requires trelling or chain like fencing for growing over it. It can be grown in big pots/containers and it is a single petal with fragrant flowers. It is fast growing & petals and leaves are big when compared to normal rangoon creeper.
A beautiful tropical climber. Its mild fragrance and ease of growing make it popular & also planted near temples - especially in South India. Clambering shrub with soft light green wirey stems that later turn woody, it have pubescent(hairy)leaves. Interesting about this plant is beautiful fragrant flower.