Muehlenbeckia axillaris, or creeping wire vine can grow indoors as well as outdoors and can be potted or free growing. It prefers a warmer climate and flowers in the spring. It can grow 2-6 inches tall and prefers a mostly sunny environment. If you are interested in adding this beautiful plant to your décor or landscaping, find out more here about this plant, how to plant it and how to care for it including fertilizing and pruning.
- Creeping wire vine is not a common plant, but it can be grown as a houseplant or as a ground cover.
- It has small dark-green leaves and reddish stems in the winter, little white flowers in spring, and five-pointed white fruits in the summer.
- It is wind-resistant and works well on difficult slopes.
“”After planting your Muehlenbeckia, water it regularly until it becomes well-established in its new site.””
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