A beautiful vining plant that stands out for its blue foliage. As long as you're patient, you'll be able to see it develop into its punctured form.
A native of the Philippines, more accurately from Cebu Island, this vining plant, also known as dragon-tail plant, is easy to identify due to its foliage. Silvery blue leaves, their contrasting green surface is embellished by nervures tinted in dark-green bluish, sometimes purplish colors. This plant has two completely different visual manifestations in infancy and maturity since its young lance-shaped leaves gradually develop big holes within the leaves' surface, giving them a unique look.
This fast-growing climber is known to be an invasive species in its natural habitat and is toxic for both humans and pets, so beware.