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Cissus tuberosa is a native of Mexico and a member of Vitaceae. Their leaves are palmate green with tendrils coming from the thickened caudex-like stem. This plant is a "vining" plant; in other words, quickly produces climbing stems with tendrils to twine around anything availble to create support for the plant. In this way, the plant can quickly search for as much light as possible to facilitate photosynthesis. This strategy is especially necessary where plants compete for sunlight from beneath a jungle canopy. Flowers are yellowish. Can tolerate heat and intense light. Stems form joints or "nodes", which will root and form more plants with caudices. Requires porous soil with adequate drainage. Bright light to full sun. Deciduous in winter. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Protect from frost.