Thursday, 25 May 2017

šŸ¤·PLANTšŸ¤·{Vitaceae} Tetrastigma Voinieranu,Chestnut Vine, House Plant Fact And Care

Are you searching for the Tetrastigma Voinieranu plant as a house plant? Then here you will see the best information about this indoor plants facts, care and propagation. That you can get it easily from our post.

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Related to the more popular grape ivy and kangaroo vine (Cissus genus), tetrastigma is a large and vigorous climber that needs plenty of space. 


tetrastigma houseplant propagationThe deep green leaves, composed of five leaflets, are shaped rather like a horse chestnut leaf and can be more than 12in/30cm wide.

The leaf edges are toothed, and the undersides are covered with reddish brown hairs. 

Strong, wiry tendrils cling firmly to any support, and the stems will rapidly cover a wall or trellis.



Tetrastigma Voinieranu Fact Files



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ORIGIN Southeast Asia.



HEIGHT Climbs to more than 6ft/1.8m. 

POTTING MIX Soil-based with good drainage.

REPOTTING Move into a pot two sizes larger in spring; when maximum desired pot size is reached, top-dress annually instead. 

PROPAGATION By stem tip cuttings in late spring and summer.

KEEPING PLANTS This vigorous, large-leafed plant needs a sturdy trellis or similar support. Prune in spring, removing overcrowded stems.



Tetrastigma Voinieranu Plant Care

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  • Bright light, shaded from direct sun; will tolerate partial shade.
  • Ideally, a range of temperatures of 60°—80°F/16°—27°C, with a winter minimum of 55°F/13°C. 
  • Keep the soil moist in the growing season; water more sparingly in winter.
  •  Apply a balanced liquid fertilizer every 4 weeks in spring and summer.

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