i have this on my potting stand. I thought it was called wire vine but have since seen it called angel vine.i like angel vine much better! Wire vine is fitting too as the stems are pretty thick and dark compared to the delicate leaves.
Moonflower (Ipomoea alba) Annual: A night-blooming species of morning glory, this plant features fragrant white flowers that open from sundown to sunup, midsummer to early autumn and can reach heights of more than 15 feet
CEROPEGIA-WOODII-String-of-Hearts Tuber beads are small beads which form on stem at the leaf bases. Can be planted to produce new vines. Press the tuber into the soil, & keep it moist (not wet), plant the bead while it is still attached to the mother plan
Hops (Humulus lupulus) Zones In mid to late summer, its large leaves are joined by chartreuse cones (borne only on female plants) that deliver as much drama as any flower. Plus, this baby can climb 12 inches per day, topping out at around 25 feet.
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