Cissus Rhombifolia or more popularly known as Grape Ivy have attractive oak shaped leaves same as the grape trees which gives a Mediterranean vibe to your homes. Its non-fussy demeanour with regard to light, watering and humidity make it versatile for most locations and the deep green mature leaves combined with unfurling silvery new growth and downy stems add dimensions of texture to indoor greenscapes.
Light: prefers bright, indirect light but can also tolerate some shade which makes it an ideal plant for the home or office
Water: Allow your Grape Ivy to dry out between waterings. Water thoroughly and allow to drain. Do not let the plant sit in water as root rot may develop.
Considered safe for people and pets, however, be aware that the sap can be a slight skin irritant.