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Oak Leaf Grape Ivy
Cissus rhombifolia Ellen Danica


Compound leaves with 3 oak-leaf shaped leaflets; soft dark hairs on the stems; trailing habit.

Plant Form or Habit: cascading

Plant Use: hanging basket

Exposure: low

Flower Color: inconspicuous

Blooming Period:

Height: runners several feet long

Width: variable

Foliage Texture: medium

Heat Tolerance: medium

Water Requirements: low

Additional Comments: Allow soil to dry slightly between waterings; pinch to produce a full plant; this is the "oak-leaf" grape ivy.


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