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4” Cissus Discolor

4” Cissus Discolor

Regular price $12.00 USD
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Cissus discolor, also known as Rex Begonia Vine or Begonia Vine, is a tropical vine that is admired for its unique and colorful foliage. Here's a short description of Cissus discolor:

  • Foliage: Cissus discolor is prized for its stunning foliage. The leaves are large, heart-shaped, and have an interesting pattern of dark green coloration with silver or metallic white veins running through them. The undersides of the leaves are often a deep reddish-purple color, adding to its visual appeal.
  • Growth Habit: Cissus discolor is a climbing vine that can grow several feet long. It produces long, trailing stems that can be trained to climb up trellises or other supports. With proper care, it can create a cascading effect, making it an excellent choice for hanging baskets or as a trailing plant.
  • Easy Care: Cissus discolor is relatively easy to care for and can be grown as a houseplant or in a greenhouse. It prefers bright, indirect light but can tolerate some degree of shade. Allow the top inch of soil to dry out between waterings, and provide moderate humidity by misting the leaves or placing the plant on a tray with water and pebbles.
  • Vibrant Blooms: While Cissus discolor is primarily grown for its foliage, it can also produce small, insignificant flowers. The flowers are typically green or yellowish-green and are not the main feature of the plant.
  • Origin: Cissus discolor is native to parts of South America, particularly Brazil. It naturally grows in tropical rainforest environments, where it climbs on trees or other supports to reach the light.

Cissus discolor is a captivating vine that showcases striking foliage with its intricate patterns and contrasting colors. It can be a wonderful addition to your indoor plant collection, adding a touch of tropical beauty and uniqueness to your space.

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