Maidenhair Vine is a very adaptable plant that can be the star both indoors and outdoors. Its evergreen curly vines will trail around small spaces in the garden, directly in the soil or a container, or grow as decorative plants inside your home. It is also a great shader for other plant companions, as the vines will shortly form a green, protective curtain from above.
Meuhlenbeckia is a plant that can be found in many regions of the world, from Australia to North and South America, but its origins are from New Zealand, where it also got its Latin name, Muehlenbeckia complexa, for the “complexity” formed by its vines when they grow untamed in their natural habitat. They reach maturity at around 6 years, and they can spread up to 8.2 ft (2,5 m) in diameter and grow 6-8 inches (15-20 cm) tall. The plant is grown for its rich foliage that can cover dull spaces or put indoors on a green spot. It can also be found by the name of “mattress plant” due to its capacity to cover up flat space just like a mattress would, but it is also named wiggy-bush or wire vine.