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Javan grape Overview
All members of this genus are tendril climbers in the grape family and originate from tropical regions of Southeast Asia and Australia. Cultivated species include T. voinierianum or the chestnut vine which is a vigorous evergreen variety with large palmate compound leaves that is more often grown as an indoor specimen.
Common problems with Javan grape
How to propagate Javan grape
You can propagate from seeds, semi-ripe cuttings.
By layering in the spring.
Other uses of Javan grape
Grown for their handsome leaves.