Hydrangea (?) sp. Ecuador
In the past five years, there have been a number of small vines coming out of South America, mostly from Ecuador. As for the true genus of this plant, it remains a mystery! Hydrangea has not been discounted as far as I know, so for referencing I am putting that for now. This one is rather slow-growing at first, but once acclimated can put out moderate growth each year. It is an excellent alternative to creeping ficus, and will cover a wood background in a few years time. The backsides of the leaves are a deep purple.
Available plants are well rooted and growing in 2″ pots. They will be shipped potted.
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