Original:Hairless, grape size edible green berry. New:Vigorous climbing plant, best grown on south facing walls, very strong trellises or wires. The stems are twisted with oval shaped green to white leaves in spring and green to pink in summer or can be variegated, the white flowers are fragrant. This is a non fruiting plant grown for the ornamental foliage more than the fruit unless in a sheltered spot away from winds with both a male and female plant when fruit might appear in Autumn.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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