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Grape Leaf Ivy

Grape Leaf Ivy

$35.00

The Cissus genus is a large group of vining plants that grow in various tropical and subtropical places around the world, ranging from very warm jungles to semi-arid climates (where they're considered deciduous vines).

Included in this genus is Grape Ivy, which is almost incomparable as a vining plant. Native to Central and South America, grape ivy is named as such not because it produces grapes, but because its leaves resemble grapevines.

Plants and pots sold separately.

Low to bright indirect light.

Water weekly, keeping the soil slightly moist. Best to allow the soil to dry out slightly between the watering.

Yes - This plant is non-toxic!

Grape ivy can be planted and cared for year-round indoors. The vine grows slowly, but can survive with the right care for up to 10 years, so it's a good vine to pick if you're into plant care for the long run.

Light

Low to bright indirect light.

Water

Water weekly, keeping the soil slightly moist. Best to allow the soil to dry out slightly between the watering.

Pet Friendly?

Yes - This plant is non-toxic!

General Care Tips

Grape ivy can be planted and cared for year-round indoors. The vine grows slowly, but can survive with the right care for up to 10 years, so it's a good vine to pick if you're into plant care for the long run.