kangaroo vine


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kangaroo vine

n.
A climbing woody vine (Cissus antarctica) native to Australia, often grown as a houseplant for its glossy green foliage.
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kangaroo vine

n
(Plants) See cissus
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Tough vine plants like ivies or the "kangaroo vine" (Cissus antarctica) can cope with a bit of manhandling and fluctuating temperatures, and make wonderful, no-fuss houseplants.
2006), during which only six species in the diet fruited reliably: Kangaroo Vine Cissus antarctica and Featherwood in September, Brown Beech in November and December, and Moreton Bay Fig in January and February, Pepper Vine Piper novaehollandiae in January, and Sandpaper Fig in February.
sambac), or even the Kangaroo Vine (Cissus antarctica) with its beautifully-shaped polished green leaves.
A Grape ivy, which is also known as kangaroo vine (Cissus antarctica) is an Austral-asian plant.
Pot chrysanthemums, spider plants and kangaroo vines will provide interest and colour.