Mine is growing like a weed and loaded with budding pendicules. I've found it to be a primarily late spring bloomer. It's pretty pot bound so when it's done with this cycle I'm going to repot it....but as you see from the vineing that's going on with it that might be a challenge. The vines are stiff and not easily bent.
I keep it fairly dry in winter, and it has in the past years hung in the back center of the greenhouse. I bring it out as soon as we are consistently at least 60Âº at night, but it has not had a problem with the occasional dip into the mid to even lower 50's. A good feeding and regular water and it takes off.
I also think it responds to the lengthening daylight hours.
Carol, Yes it has for the last couple of years. Actually there is one open on it now I noticed this morning. There's the 1 bloom open now, 9 more umbels with buds and 2 more pendicules.
First bloom of the season and both sides of the plant
Name: Carol Noel Hawaii (near Hilo) It's all about choices.
Hey...really glad you guys brought this up...I stumbled upon a kerrii I planted outside years ago, climbing up a tree and... full of peduncles! Guess I should take that path to the greenhouse more often!!!!!