ⓘ Aloiampelos ciliaris

                                     

ⓘ Aloiampelos ciliaris

They can be differentiated from other Aloiampelos species by the way that the soft, white, hair-like teeth =ciliaris that grow along the margins of the leaves, extend all the way around the stem, at the base of the leaf.

Fleshy leaves themselves strongly bent, helping to secure the tall stems in dense thickets and assist the plant in climbing. In the axils of the leaves is clearly striped green and white.

These plants grow very quickly, producing long, thin, untidy stems that shoot up, producing a large bright orange-red flowers, once they reach the sun. If there are no nearby trees to make and maintain, it just forms a tangled shrub.

Red flowers appear mostly from November to April.