Iboza Vine
I just bought a plant called an Iboza Vine. It came with a care directions tag but does not say whether it is a perennial or an annual. It has round scalloped leaves and white on the edges, and the tag said the plant is good for ground cover and container planting. Can you give me more information on this plant?
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Iboza vine is a type of plectranthus, and is a close relative of Swedish ivy. Except in frost-free regions, it would be an annual in the landscape. However, you can take cuttings to bring indoors over winter, where you can grow it as a houseplant.

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