The Chestnut Vine is grown as a common houseplant that does well in hanging basket. In its native setting, they are found growing in sub-tropical and tropical regions, primarily, rain-forests. This vigorous vine that will climb on any available object does not provide edible grapes. Its is often used to cover a wall.
The thick fuzzy green leaves are palmately compound. Young stems are hairy.
It can be propagated using semi-ripe stem cuttings, ensuring to provide heat, humidity and well drained soil.
Insects, Diseases, and Other Plant Problems: Watch for red spider mite, mealy bugs, scale insects, aphids and white fly.