A delicate, evergreen climber only suitable for very warm parts of the UK unless grown under glass. Climbing up to 4 meters tall using tendrils it has red stems that hold 2.5 to 5cm long leathery palmately-compound leaves that have 5 lobes. The small greenish-yellow flowers appear in late summer and are infignificant but are followed by dark berries that look stunning against the attractive foliage in winter. It can also bee grown as ground cover or trailing in pots and hanging baskets. Any moist but well drained to well drained soil in part shade to shade.
Sent as a young plant in a 9cm pot.
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