Bryony-Leaved Flowering Ivy
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The Bryony-leaved flowering ivy is a succulent-leaved evergreen creeper with a climbing growth of up to roughly 10 m high. The plant has a twining habit, making it an attractive option for growing on fences, structures and pergolas. The succulent leaves contribute to its drought tolerance, especially during dry winters. ZA Distribution: Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal.
Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring
Flowers can be harvested in autumn.
Grow from cuttings from spring to autumn, the softwood cuttings should be 5-10 cm long, the lower leaves can be removed, planted in sand or a mixture of sand and peat.
The succulent leaves contribute to its drought tolerance, especially during dry winters.
South Africa, Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal.
Partial Sun, Full Sun, Full Shade
Soil PH preference
No recorded use
Bryony-leaved flowering ivy is generally not bothered by pests and diseases.