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Plant Form: Vine.
Size: Climbing to 20 m, with underground tubers to 25 cm diameter.
Stem: Green to red when young, brown when older, with tubers.
Leaves: Undivided, heart-shaped at base, 3-15 cm long, 2-10 cm wide, with stalk to 1.5 cm long.
Flowers: Star-shaped, white, up to 6 mm diameter, fragrant.
Fruit and Seeds: Rarely produces seeds in Australia.
Habitat: Along coastal areas in subtropical and temperate areas, but increasingly found further inland.
Distinguishing Features: Potato-like aerial tubers at the nodes distinguish from all other vines.
Environmental, Invasive Garden Escapee