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Arrowhead Vine

Arrowhead Vine
Photo: Sheldon Navie
Invasive Plant
Arrowhead Vine
Syngonium podophyllum

A robust climbing vine with arrowhead shaped leaves when young that mature into deeply lobed glossy leaflets that can be up to 30cm in length. The vine stems root into either the ground where they touch or even the bark of supporting trees.



  • This plant is spread through the dumping of garden waste.
  • The plant can reproduce from very small pieces of stem.
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Other superior selections include;

  • Ipomoea pes-caprae - Beach Morning Glory
  • Tecomanthe species 'Roaring Meg'

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Alternative Plants

Australian Wax Plant
Photo: Macbird Floraprint
Alternative Plant Australian Wax Plant
Hoya australis var. australis
Climbing and Ground Cover Plants

An evergreen vine that can grow to a height of 3m but happy to remain as a groundcover without something nearby to climb on. It has thick fleshy dark green leaves and it has spectacular white-pink star flowers on compact heads in winter and spring.

Native Pepper Vine
Photo: Dale Arvidsson
Alternative Plant Native Pepper Vine
Piper novae-hollandiae
Climbing and Ground Cover Plants

An evergreen twining vine with slender stems, able to reach 5m in height. It has large prominently veined leaves. The flowers are fairly insignificant but it does produce red berries.

Star Jasmine
Photo: Lorna Rose
Alternative Plant Star Jasmine
Trachelospermum jasminoides
Climbing and Ground Cover Plants

Evergreen climbing plant or groundcover with dark green glossy foliage. Profuse sweetly scented white star shaped flowers appear in late spring to completely cover the plant. The plant can be slow at first but is vigorous once established.

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