> Anredera cordifolia
Anredera cordifolia (Madeira vine; mignonette vine; Gulf madeiravine; heartleaf madeiravine; Anredera; Enredadera del mosquito; Filikafa; Lamb's tails; Parra de Madeira; Tapau; 'uala hupe)
Synonyms: Anredera cordifolia subsp. gracilis; Boussingaultia cordata; Boussingaultia cordifolia; Boussingaultia gracilis; Boussingaultia gracilis f. pseudobaselloides; Boussingaultia gracilis var. pseudobaselloides
Anredera cordifolia, commonly known as the Madeira vine or mignonette vine, is a South American species of ornamental succulent vine of the family Basellaceae. The combination of fleshy leaves and thick aerial tubers makes this a very heavy vine. It smothers trees and other vegetation it grows on and can easily break branches and bring down entire trees on its own. A. cordifolia is an evergreen climber that grow from fleshy rhizomes.
Anredera cordifolia, commonly known as Madeira vine is a succulent climbing vine. The combination of fleshy leaves and thick aerial tubers makes this a very heavy vine. It smothers trees and other vegetation it grows on and can easily can break branches and bring down entire trees on its own. A. cordifolia is notoriously difficult to control.
Caribbean; North America; Oceania;
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|Height  ||30 feet (9 m)|
|Allergen Potential  ||Medium-High|
|Edible  ||May be edible. See the Plants For A Future link below for details.|
|Flower Type  ||Hermaphrodite|
|Lifespan  ||Perennial|
|Scent  ||The flowers are scented like mignonette;|
|Structure  ||Vine|
: Anredera cordifolia