Cissus, also known as grape ivy, is an easy-to-care-for climbing plant. Use it indoors in hanging baskets or to decorate various structures.
There is a wide variety of Cissus species. Most are climbing plants that clamber up objects by means of tendrils. They generally have shiny, often compound leaves.
They are not especially hard to grow, but they are intolerant of dry soil, losing many leaves if subjected to drought. Don’t hesitate to prune these vigorous plants harshly to stimulate branching. Spider mites can be a problem if the air is dry.