Woodlanders Bringing you the best in rare native and exotic plants since 1979

Anredera cordifolia

Photo credit the Australian Government

Madiera Vine

Anredera cordifolia (Boussingaltia basseloides)is a deciduous perennial vine with rather fleshy leaves and sprays of tiny white fragrant flowers. It has tuberous roots and climbs by twining.  The leaves and tubers are apparently edible.  It will need a winter mulch in areas with colder winter temperatures. Native to South America but widely cultivated in warm regions.  Has become invasive in some subtropical regions including Australia but as far as we know has not been a problem in the southern U.S.  Although called "Madiera Vine" it is apparently native to South America. 

1 qt $16.00 Add to Cart
Add To Shopping List

USDA Hardiness Zone 7?-9

Characteristics & Attributes

Growth Rate in the Garden
Soil Properties
Sun Requirements
Full Sun to Light Shade