Author : L.
Family : Vitaceae
Habitat : Oman
Cissus quadrangularis is an herbaceous perennial succulent liane 0,9-15 m long or somewhat shrubby, and forming dense masses. It is frequently leafless, The stems are more or less glabrous, branched, thick, succulent, and constricted at regular intervals. They are 4-angled, square in cross section, the 4 angles are prominent, narrow, often reddish and smooth. The flowers are pink and white 2 mm long. The berries are red when ripe and contains one or two seeds.
4 years old seedling. 10/20 cm. Sometimes cutted
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