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Plant Habit: Vine
Life cycle: Perennial
Sun Requirements: Full Sun
Full Sun to Partial Shade
Partial or Dappled Shade
Water Preferences: Mesic
Minimum cold hardiness: Zone 8a -12.2 °C (10 °F) to -9.4 °C (15 °F)
Maximum recommended zone: Zone 11
Plant Height: 1-2 inches
Plant Spread: Trails and climbs 20 to 30 feet or more, covering shrubs and trees.
Leaves: Evergreen
Flowers: Showy
Other: they are small but they do catch your eye
Flower Color: White
Other: Creamy, greenish-white
Bloom Size: Under 1"
Flower Time: Late spring or early summer
Summer
Late summer or early fall
Uses: Erosion control
Groundcover
Will Naturalize
Suitable as Annual
Edible Parts: Fruit
Wildlife Attractant: Birds
Resistances: Humidity tolerant
Propagation: Seeds: Self fertile
Propagation: Other methods: Cuttings: Stem
Stolons and runners
Other: you won't have to propagate it; it roots where it touches soil or mulch
Containers: Suitable in 1 gallon
Needs excellent drainage in pots

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Common names
  • Maidenhair Vine
  • Wire Vine
  • Pohuehue
  • Tororaro
  • Mattress Plant
  • Wiggy-Bush

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Location: Kalama, Wa.
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Location: Fairfax, VA | June, 2022
Date: 2022-06-05
Location: English Gardens, Dearborn Hts, MI
Date: 2009-03-15
Location: My garden in N E Pa. 
Date: 2013-10-24
Location: Farmer Johns Greenhouse, Farmington Hills, MI
Date: 2010-03-11
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Location: English Gardens, Dearborn Hts, MI
Date: 2009-03-15
Location: English Gardens, Dearborn Hts, MI
Date: 2009-03-15
Location: Farmer Johns Greenhouse, Farmington Hills, MI
Date: 2010-03-11
Location: English Gardens, Dearborn Hts, MI
Date: 2009-03-15
Location: zone 10 Martin County, Fl.
Date: 2009-05-14
I'm trying to kill it! This portion still survives
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