Rhoicissus rhomboidea Grape Ivy; 10°C/50°F; South Africa

A natural climbing plant growing to at least 120cm/4ft that will adapt to many different locations, but prefers reasonable warmth, light shade, moderate watering and regular feeding while in active growth. Stems are woody in older plants and leaves are tri-lobed and an attractive glossy green. Provide canes or a trellis for the tendrils to cling to. Pot on annually in April until they are in 23cm/9in pots. Cuttings are prepared in April or May from pieces of stem with two leaves attached-several cuttings should be put in each small pot to provide plants of full appearance.

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