The Cissus Rotundifolia is a very beautiful climbing plant which is very rarely found for sale in then UK in this size and form. The round leaves shine and look leathery a little bit like a Pilea or Chinese money plant. Little care is needed due to the wax layer on the leaves that retain moisture. This is a perfect beginners plant that will cope with with a little bit of neglect and thrive with just a little bit of care.
The following growing conditions will keep your Cissus looking their best.
- Light: Generally low-light vines that will thrive in an east-facing window. They can also be grown well under lights.
- Water: During the growing season, provide steady water to keep the soil constantly moist. Back off on watering in the winter and allow the soil to partially dry.
- Soil: A standard well-drained potting soil mix should work.
- Fertilizer: Feed during the growing season with a weak liquid fertilizer, reducing both water and fertilizer during the winter months but not enough to completely stop growth.
120cm tall, pot width 24cm
160cm tall, pot width 27cm