Cissus Discolor is a rare tropical plant native to the Java island in Indonesia. It is a trailing plant with large pointy leaves with striking shades of green and silver. The leaves are fuzzy with a dark purple burgundy underside. The Cissus Discolor is also known as the Rex Begonia because of its dramatic patterns, however it is not part of the Begonia family. This plant is easy to care for and grows very fast in the summer time.
Cissus Discolor Care
Water every 3-7 days when top 1" of soil is dry. Cissus require frequent watering so keep the soil damp but not soaking wet to avoid root rot.
Medium indirect sunlight or 8-10 hours under grow lights.
65°F - 75°F
Well drained Peat Moss, Perlite, Orchid Bark
Keep humidity high at 65 - 75%
Every 4 weeks in summer and every 12 weeks in winter