- This super fun jungle vine a part of the Cissus family is a relative to the grape family and is named after its natural habitat, the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil, where it was discovered by Carl Linnaeus in 1753.
- It will thrive in bright, indirect light, as its natural habitat is climbing the trunks of trees underneath the canopy in the jungle.
- Does best in well-draining yet rich in nutrient soil. We use a coco husk mix with earthworm castings and lots of added draining components and use fish emulsion to fertilize every couple of weeks in the warm months.
- You may need a humidifier to keep this plant happy in your home, you may notice some leaf crispness or browning as signs of lack of humidity.
- Does well in household temperatures and is not resistant to extreme changes in temperature.
- Do not let the soil get too dry in between waterings, try to keep the soil moist yet never saturated to keep your Amazonica happy.