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Description: Although I had seen this plant on several occasions during the course of our travels in Taiwan, it was not until 2007 that I was able to collect some of its purple fruit. Growing from the bough of a large ancient tree in the Long-Jen Valley south of Hualien near the east coast. Where this deciduous shrub with an intriguing habit appeared to be an aerial-rooting climber, but had started life as an epiphyte. Eventually sending roots all the way down to the ground and growing its own terrestrial roots (a hemi-epiphyte). With 7-foliate pinnate rounded leaves on long scandent branches and scattered terminal long branched panicles of fruit. Cultivate in a drained leafy soil with the base in shade (terrestrially) growing into the sun onto a suitable support or free standing, protect from severe f
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