Xerosicyos is a flowering plant genus of the family Cucurbitaceae. Xerosicyos danguyi is a large liana with thick stems and round, gray succulent leaves. It is common in cultivation and often called the "silver dollar" vine.
Xerosicyos danguyi, commonly called the 'penny plant', is a really unusual climbing succulent with slender stems branching from the base. It bears peculiar silver-green to blue-green leaves that are almost a perfect round shape. The greenish-yellow flowers are known to be inconspicuous, but cute and neat. It is a caudiciform shrubby leaf succulent, with tendril climbing liana-like stems to 5 m branching at base. If the plant finds no support, its shoots arch over.