is a climbing shrub inhabiting forest edges, with oppositely
arranged, ternate compound leaves. Leaflets, 3-5 in number, are
2-6cm in length, in an oval shape, with pointed tips. Peduncles are
extended, by which twine themselves over the other plants around.
Flowers, generally 8 in number, set themselves on new branch's tips;
white or light purple petal-like sepals, 7-12cm in diameter, open
flat facing upward. The Ministry of the Environment designates this
species as an NT. Bloom time: May-June.