Cissus Rotundifolia
Cissus Rotundifolia
Cissus Rotundifolia
Cissus Rotundifolia

Cissus Rotundifolia

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The Cissus Rotundifolia is a very beautiful climbing plant that is very rarely found for sale in the 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 a little bit of neglect and thrive with just a little bit of care. 

Cissus plant care level

Cissus Rotundifolia we think is good for beginners.

Where should I put it?

Generally, low-light vines will thrive in an east-facing window. They can also be grown well under lights.

How much should I water it?

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.

Is it suitable if I have pets?

No, this plant is toxic to pets.

Should I feed this houseplant?

You can feed a couple of times during spring and summer - why not try our vegan, organic plant food?

Size of Plant

W24cm x H120cm, W27cm x H160cm 

Bring living spaces to life with handcrafted plant pots and planters. Our artisans use ethically sourced materials and age-old techniques to create striking and tactile garden planters, made from antique brass, natural seagrass, and terracotta. 

When it came to developing our original Happy Houseplants’ Organic Tropical Plant Food, we decided not to tinker with it too much, so you'll find no chemical supplements in this 100% cruelty-free vegan product.

All our plants are supplied in a plastic nursery pot

We post all our small plants under 1.2 metres across the UK, including Northern Ireland using Royal Mail and Parcel Force. 

We hand deliver our large plants in this area using our own vans and specialist plant team. 

Delivery times are currently 7-10 working days, but is usually much quicker

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