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Caucasian spinach vine as house plant?  RSS feed

 
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Location: Western Massachusetts (USDA zone 5a, heating zone 5, 40"+)
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I have some seeds of Hablitzia tamnoides and thought it might be worth trying to grow it as a house plant, either in a hanging pot with the vines hanging down, or in a pot on the floor with a trellis for it to climb.  I love the idea of an edible, shade loving house plant.  Has anyone tried this?  Is the plant toxic to cats at all?

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