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Corallocarpus welwitschii

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A native of Angola, South Africa, Kenya, Namibia, and Zaire, the perennial climbing plant Corallocarpus welwitschii belongs to the Cucurbitaceae family. With a fast growth rate, this monoecious plant either grows as a ground cover or takes the support of another plant to grow like a vine. The succulent grows up to 2 meters tall with its greyish green foliage spreading out. It bears pale-yellow flowers during summers, the blooming season. The common name of this interesting plant is Red-fruited climber. With medium sun exposure, the frost-hardy succulent is also grown in some areas for its edible roots.

Growth Rate
The Red-fruited climber is a fast-growing houseplant.

Flowering
The blooming season is summer. The plant bears pale-yellow colored flowers.

Watering and Feeding
During the blooming season, these plants need to be watered bi-weekly but moderately. You need to ensure that the soil is moist constantly but never wet.

Soil
Corallocarpus welwitschii grows well in cactus soil or potting mix containing two-thirds perlite or sand. Coir can also be mixed to improve drainage.

Hardiness
This plant grows well in hardiness zones of 8. It is frost-hardy and can tolerate a temperature range of 0° to 20°F (-12° to -6.5°C).

Light
It thrives well in medium sun exposure.

Propagation
The red-fruited climber is propagated from seeds or cuttings that can be sown any time of the year.


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