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Climbing Rock Plant (Stephania perrieri)

Climbing Rock Plant (Stephania perrieri)

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$14.95
R2459-2

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2.5" Pot Size
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Climbing Rock Plant (Stephania perrieri)
Resilient in nature and forgiving to neglect, this caudiciform from Southeast Asia develops into a stunning specimen and with a little pruning is contained enough for the windowsill garden. As the caudex matures, it develops furrows and an undulating structure with the vining stems and heart shaped leaves emerging from the crown. If allowed to ramble, it will climb any nearby structure often with great vigor but it can be restrained by judicious pruning. Under dry cool conditions, it can be deciduous in the winter although when grown in warm temperatures, it remains evergreen. A most interesting tropical container plant for those who enjoy the unusual.
Hardiness Zone 10
Sun Requirement Full Sun, Partial Sun
Grows to 1-2'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 40
Plant Type Easy Grower
  1. Very interesting plant Review by Nicholas
    How do you rate this product?

    I have really enjoyed this plant and its unique caudex. After receiving it and allowing it to grow on its own for a while without training it the vines got really long, but slightly out of hand. I cut it back pretty severely and it grew again within a very short amount of time. I decided to train it on a little trellis and it has grown really well. I decided to cut it back again as the leaves were looking pretty upset and dropping. I gave this plant 4/5 stars because I only wish there was a more detailed description of plant care. Otherwise, it has been a really interesting and unique plant. (Posted on 5/20/2018)