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Gerrardanthus machrorrizus is a member of the Cucurbitaceae family and look similar to a grape ivy. They come from southern Africa and were first described by Benth &Hooker, and then by William Henry Harvey in 1867. Use fast draining rich soil with some. Partial shade/partial sun.The caudex can grow up to 1,5 meter, and the vines more than 10 meters. Latin name is from Greek: Big Foot!