A very easy to grow, woody, evergreen vine with small green leaves edged in white. It can be grown as a self clinging climber, trailing over walls, pots and hanging baskets or as ground cover. As it matures it will send out larger non-clinging shoots which have larger, less attractive leaves. Just cut these off with shears to maintain the more attractive small leaved, tight to the wall growth.
Although not classed as hardy we have had some success with overwintering this outside down in the South of England. The specimen we have planted on a south west facing house wall survived several spells of freezing weather down to -6c during the winter of 2018/ 2019 and although there was slight leaf damage it remained evergreen and started to re-shoot in the spring. The other trial plant that was positioned in a more exposed location was knocked right down to the ground but new growth came through from the rootstock by late May.
Ideal for use in terrariums or as an attractive houseplant being low maintenance. Plant in a loam based potting compost and give it a full light position but out of direct midday summer sun. Keep well watered and feed fortnightly during the growing season but stop feeding and keep the compost just moist during the winter.