Muehlenbeckia Wire Vine Info: Tips For Growing Creeping Wire Vine

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Muehlenbeckia Wire Vine Info: Tips For Growing Creeping Wire Vine

By Ilana Goldowitz Jimenez, Plant Scientist & Writer Creeping wire vine (Muehlenbeckia axillaris) is an uncommon garden plant that can grow equally well as a houseplant, in an outdoor container, or as a mat-forming ground cover. If you’re wondering how to grow Muehlenbeckia, this article will tell you what you need to know. What is Creeping Wire Vine? Creeping wire vine is a low-growing, twining plant that originated in Australia and New Zealand. The small, dark-green leaves and reddish or brownish stems remain attractive through the winter, and the tiny white flowers appear in late spring. Unusual five-pointed white fruits follow the flowers in late summer. This plant fits in well in a rock garden, growing alongside a walkway, or cascading over a wall. You can also try growing it in a container along with other plants of contrasting colors and heights. Muehlenbeckia Wire Vine Info Creeping wire vine is

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