Cissus Discolor is commonly referred to as "Rex Begonia Vine", but it is not actually part of the begonia family. The leaves have dramatic cream and green patterns, with bright burgundy undersides and vines. This plant looks stunning as a hanging basket or climbing up a trellis.
These colourful vines grow quickly in warm, bright light. They like to be kept warm, but the leaves will turn crispy if exposed to warm drafts. Cissus Discolor does not like to dry out. They thrive in higher humidity and will wither quickly if the soil gets completely dry.
5" tropical indoor houseplant - recently repotted from a 4" nursery pot
Grown in Timmins
Pro-Mix & Perlite soil mixture - repot to 6" in the spring. Fertilize in warm months to support the rapid growth.