One of the most widespread succulents in East Africa through southern Asia to the Philippines, Cissus quadrangularis is a viney member of the grape family that forms large splays of (surprise!) 4-angled branches. The margins of variety pubescens are horny and relatively sharp compared to other Cissus. This form, from material originally collected near Voi, Kenya, has small bristles on the stem margins. We offer rooted cuttings of this species suitable for 8-inch pots.