grape ivy

grape ivy

n
(Plants) See rhoicissus
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Grape ivy is queen of the house and shows her beauty in a royal setting with no other plants around her.
Indoor plants: The aptly named cast-iron plant (Aspidistra elatior) and Grape ivy (Cissus rhombifolia) display striking foliage.
Grape ivy (Cissus rhombifolia) has a softer look and is somewhat tender, generally confined to use as a trailing or hanging plant indoors, but suitable for outdoor use as a ground cover or vine where protection is afforded from hot sun during summer and frosty night air during winter.
graminearum family tree that was isolated from diseased tissue of a tropical ornamental called grape ivy or oakleaf ivy (Cissus rhombifolia).
The grape ivy (Rhoicissus rhomboidea) is a reliable and easy foliage houseplant which puts up with a wide range of conditions.
If necessary re-pot your grape ivy in the spring, choosing a pot just one size larger than its current one.
Q The leaves on my grape ivy have withered and there is a grey mould on the new shoots.
A Grape ivy, which is also known as kangaroo vine (Cissus antarctica) is an Austral-asian plant.
As a solution, I attached a shelf to the inside window sill and added a plastic window box filled with grape ivy plants.
A GRAPE ivy is sensitive to temperature and watering.
The hanging plants in the photograph are rabbit's foot fern (Polypodium aureum), creeping Jenny (Pilea depressa), and grape ivy.