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150 cm 27 cm

Cissus Rotundifolia Fair Flora

The Rotundifolia cissus is a particularly beautiful climbing plant. The leaves shine and look leathery. Little care due to the wax layer on the leaves that retain moisture. See www.fair-flora.com for an explanation!
Cissus
Type
Cissus
Height (incl. pot):
± 150 cm
Pot ⌀:
27 cm
Availability:
Available

Delivery information
Article number:
CiRo27Py/FF
EAN:
8719743191204  
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Cissus rotundifolia

The Cissus Rotundifolia is originally from East Africa. Cissus comes from a genus of about 350 species of cissus, which fall under the vine plants. Cissus comes from the Greek word Kissos, which means ivy. It is therefore a climbing plant, related to the well-known grape. Don't expect grapes from your Cissus! The plant is sometimes called chamberwing, but this is not a unique name: there are several plants that are named that way. Because it is a climbing plant, this Cissus needs some support. The pot therefore has a pyramid of bamboo sticks, along which the plant climbs upwards.

Care

  • Place the plant in a sunny place. Partial shade is also possible.
  • Water the climbing plant regularly in the summer.
  • Is the soil still moist? don't give them water, they don't like wet feet.
  • Repot? Preferably once a year either after purchase or in the spring.
  • The Cissus Rotundifolia feels most comfortable at a room temperature of 12 to 24 °
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