With wiry stems and small round leaves, this shrub is a trailing vine and grows fast. It's part of the Polygonaceae family and was named after Henry Gustave Muehlenbeck, a physician and botanist who lived in France.
Despite this plant having the nickname of Australian Ivy, it is actually native to New Zealand where it grows on sand dunes.
These plants are deciduous, which means that they'll shed their leaves over the winter months. If this plant's soil gets too dry it could be dehydrated and perish as a result, so aim to keep it moist.
How to Keep me Happy
Light: I like light bright, indirect light and can cope with occasional direct sunlight
Water: Water me when my top 2 inches of soil feel dry to the touch
Expert Level: I'm perfect for those new to plant parenthood
Sizing: Standard W12cm x H30cm (Fits 14cm Pot)
Air-Purifying: I can help you to relax and boost your mood
Pet-Friendly: I'm safe around your furry friends and little people
Jo's Top Tip
Show off this plant's best assets - its trailing leafy vines - by placing in a hanging basket. Feel free to give your vine a trim if it becomes a bit leggy, not only will it a haircut help to tidy it up, it will also help it to grow back fuller.
Does not come with decorative pot.