AMERICAN PLANT EXCHANGE Sweet Potato Vine Live Plant 1 Gallon Desana Lime

Price: $18.99


Features:
  • Round dark blue fruits can Follow flowers if pollination occurs.
  • Great for groundcover in landscapes. Works great in pots, both indoors and outdoors!
  • Slender stems with elongated Oval dark Green leaves provide a backdrop for star-shaped White flowers


96 Feet - 12 Artificial Silk Ivy Dense Sweet Potato Garland Vine Fake Hanging Plant Leaves Greenery Wedding Party Garlands

Price: $12.99


Features:
  • Leaves were made from silk and the stems were made from plastic.
  • Total Length: approx. 8' long with 100 leaves which dimensions are about 1.2"~2".
  • Can be used for home,school,wedding,party decorations.






Potato on Crack (Vine)

Somewhat of a remix to the viral potato vine.

Gardening Q & A: Sweet potatoes not propagated same as potatoes. Here's how to to do it. - Virginian-Pilot

ask Ken

Q. I always had a fascination with sweet potato vine as an ornamental plant. I have a sweet potato left in my larder and would like to start it growing in a glass of water. One end is rounded and fat; the other end is smaller, with a stub. So which end goes up and which end goes down? – W. Smith, Virginia...

Directory

  1. Design Ideas The delicate look and assertive growth of this vine makes it a good cover for fence or arbor. Twine up the post of a shade covering or around the base of palm trees. Good container plant for porch or patio.
  2. Sweet Potato Vine Care Must-Knows. Sweet potato vine loves the sun and does best in full heat. The plant is grown primarily for its wonderful foliage and tropical feel.
  3. Potato vine . Ambitious beauty reaching for the stars . Lengthy flowering, flexibility, and the fact that it needs virtually no care makes the Potato Vine the ultimate lazy Indian summer plant.
  4. Original Vine a potato flew around my room before you came excuse the mess you made Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/owenwrth/ Subscribe.
  5. The poor potato vine plant (Solanum jasminoides or S. laxum) ought to sue the person who saddled it with its misnomer. Despite most people's assumptions, this is not a plant children grow by sprouting a potato's eyes.
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Sweet potato vines.
Photo by awyatt on Flickr

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Sweet potato vines.
Photo by awyatt on Flickr

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Photo by Dawn Endico on Flickr