Arabian wax leaf vine

Arabian wax leaf vine DEFAULT
Plant Habit:Vine
Life cycle:Perennial
Sun Requirements:Full Sun to Partial Shade
Partial or Dappled Shade
Water Preferences:Mesic
Soil pH Preferences:Slightly acid ( – )
Neutral ( – )
Slightly alkaline ( – )
Minimum cold hardiness:Zone 9b °C (25 °F) to °C (30 °F)
Maximum recommended zone:Zone 11
Plant Height:Trails and climbs 6 to 25 feetLeaves:Evergreen
Other: Thick, shiny, succulent-like.
Fruit:Showy
Other: Small green berries, maturing to red.
Flowers:Inconspicuous
Flower Color:Other: Greenish-yellow
Bloom Size:Under 1"
Suitable Locations:Houseplant
Resistances:Humidity tolerant
Propagation: Other methods:Cuttings: Stem
Containers:Suitable for hanging baskets
Needs excellent drainage in pots
Sours: https://garden.org/plants/view//Peruvian-Grape-Ivy-Cissus-rotundifolia/

Arabian Wax Cissus

How to care for Arabian Wax Cissus

Light: Shade

Place in a dark room with little light, like a dark bedroom or a spot far away from a window. Or directly in a north-facing window.

Watering need: Low demand

All of the soil should be dry before watering. If the soil is still moist, you risk giving this plant too much water which can make it start to rot. When you water this plant, water well and then allow the soil to dry out completely before you water it again.

Fertilizing need: Low demand

This plant needs fertilizing just like all of your other plants, but in a lower dose. Plant fertilizer is needed to promote good growth and to stay healthy. You can find more info below how to best fertilize this plants.

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The Best Way to Water Your Arabian Wax Cissus

Some vines require less water than others. Vines with so-called low water needs prefer to dry out completely, and so need less frequent watering.

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How to Fertilize Your Arabian Wax Cissus

Most plants require fertilizing every now and then to ensure that they get the right nutrients in order to stay happy and healthy.

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How to Repot Your Arabian Wax Cissus

Almost all plants require repotting every now and then in order to stay happy and healthy.

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How to Mist Your Arabian Wax Cissus

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Cissus rotundifolia, Arabian Wax Leaf, Peruvian Grape Ivy, Venezuelan Treebine, Succulent Grape

Click to see full-size image Cissus rotundifolia
Family: Vitaceae
Arabian Wax Leaf, Peruvian Grape Ivy, Venezuelan Treebine, Succulent Grape
Origin: East Africa
Groundcover and low-growing 2ftVine or creeperFull sunShadeSemi-shadeModerate waterDry conditionsOrnamental foliageSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Perfect neglect plant! Grow it either as house plant, hanging basket, fast growing ground cover, or decorate your patio with it. It needs no attention and will reward your "no-efforts" with beautiful waxy foliage. Cissus rotundifolia comes from East Africa. It has green stems with almost round leaves. The leaves are fleshy, waxy, toothed and of a deep green color. Tendrils arise opposite young leaves and the plant climbs on supports with their help. Needs very little water. Great house plant especially for those who have brown thumb. Good plant for beginners. If you forget to water it, it won't even notice!


Similar plants:

  • Cissus amazonica (Amazonian Vine)
  • Cissus cactiformis (Cucumber Cactus)
  • Cissus discolor, Vitis discolor (Rex Begonia Vine, Painted Cissus, Tapestry Vine )
  • Cissus gongylodes (Treebine, Wing Stemmed Grape Ivy)
  • Cissus quadrangularis, Vitis quadrangularis (Veld grape)
  • Cissus rhombifolia (Grape Ivy, Oak Leaf Ivy, Water Vine, Kangaroo Grape, Kangaroo Treebine)
  • Cissus sicyoides, Cissus verticillata (Possum Grape Vine, Princess Vine, Season Vine, Monkey Liana)
  • Cissus striata, Vitis striata, Parthenocissus striata, Sugar Vine (Miniature Grape Ivy, Ivy of Uruguay)
  • Cissus tuberosa (Caudex-forming Cissus)
  • Cissus tweediana (Cissus)
More similar plants Cissus rotundifolia, Arabian Wax Leaf, Peruvian Grape Ivy, Venezuelan Treebine, Succulent Grape

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Sours: https://toptropicals.com/catalog/uid/Cissus_rotundifolia.htm

Family: Vitaceae

Scientific Name: Cissus rotundifolia

Common Name: Arabian Wax Ivy, American Wax Cissus, Peruvian Grape

DescriptionA fast growing vine tolerant of dry hot places.
Pronunciation(SISS-us)
Plant TypeSucculents
Hardiness Zone
Sunlightfull to partial sun
Moistureaverage to dry
Soil & Sitewell drained
Growing Mediawell drained
FlowersIn their native region they flower after the first rains. Flowers are small, green and inconspicuous followed by red berries. Seldom flowers in indoor culture.
Leavesthick, fleshy, green, broadly ovate to round and sometimes reniform, margins are entire or somewhat wavy
Dimensionsvigorous vine, attaches by tendrils, can reach over 15 feet in native sites
Maintenancecutting back to maintain a workable size.
Propagationseed, easily from cuttings
Native SiteFound in the eastern Africa. Grows in full sun, well drained soils.
Misc Facts(syn. Cissus quadrangularis)
Sours: http://www.plantstogrow.com/P/

Leaf vine wax arabian

South Africa (Mpulamanga, KwaZulu-Natal), Swaziland, E-D.R. Congo (Zaire), Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Kenya, Tanzania, South Sudan, Mozambique, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Mauritius, La Runion, Saudi Arabia (Hejaz, C-Saudi Arabia, Asir), Yemen (Aden Desert, coastal Hadhramaut, Tihama, W-Yemen), Hawaii (I) (Kauai (I) (Waimea District (I)), Oahu (I) (Ko (I)), East Maui (I)), India (c), Virgin Isl. (I) (St. Croix (I)) as per Catalogue of Life;
Round-leaved vine, Arabian wax cissus, Venezuelan treebine;
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Leaves were green when the pictures were taken in Feb, turning to a pinkish color a month later.
I hope Cissus rotundifolia
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Pl. find the attached file contain photo for id. request.
Location: Air Port Road, Coimbatore
I think leaves Succulent to some extent, i am also eager to know its name
This straggler with succulent leaves was recorded from Succulents and Cactii Garden, Panchkula..
Flowers yet to open, please provide id inputs.. 
do you think this might very well be a kalachoe..
one of several sp that may be grows naturally in the rocky crevasses?
I would have loved to have seen fully opened flowers, so would you I'm sure.
Since its a garden plant may be you could do a follow up?
Thanks , I too imagined if this can belong to Crassulaceae, probably I will plan a revisit very soon

I too agree with you , for rotundifolia
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Arabian wax iv plant. 🌱

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