Cissus L.

Tendrils not dilated at the tip. Tall woody climbers Cissus
Leaves simple, ovate to nearly cordate, denticulate or almost entire, 7–10 cm long, pubescent underneath, with glands in the axils of some of the main veins. Young shoots and inflorescence rusty-tomentose. Cymes dense, broadly corymbose, short. Berry globular, black, c. 1 cm diam. Tall, woody climber. Widespread. RF and in sheltered places. Fl. spring–autumn Cissus antarctica
Leaves compound. Leaflets 5, digitate, glabrous when mature, shortly acuminate, coriaceous