Popular name (also called kangaroo climber) for the climbing plant "Cissus antarctica", which is in the south Australia is native to Queensland and New South Wales. The climbing climbing plant grows up to 15 meters high into the crowns of the rainforest trees and then hangs down like a liana. It belongs to the Vitaceae family (see below Vines systematics ) and is one of the species of Wild Wine, They don't hardy Plant is in Europe due to its decorative, bright green leaves with sawn edges very popular and is considered Zierrebe or used as a houseplant. From the light green flowers arranged in umbels, fleshy, bluish-black berries develop that are rather inedible. Nevertheless, it used to be a " red wine "Won.