Let this vine spread through any space, and it will dazzle with its unique waxy flowers that drip in nectar and attract beautiful companions.
Also known as Waxvine, this evergreen vining plant is native to Australia.
It has shiny succulent and thick oval-shaped leaves, whose color depends on the amount of sun the plant receives. This means sunnier environments create brighter, greener leaves, and shade creates dark green leaves.
It bears small fragrant flowers with marked red lobes, arranged in umbrella-shaped clusters and with five waxy triangular petals. These are the traits that allow for better identification. It can bloom at any point of the year, and even when not in bloom, it has long, elegant attractive stems. It’s easy to care for, air-purifying and can grow around 13-33 feet (4-10 m).