Ellen Danica or grape ivy boasts handsomely toothed leaves that are deep glossy green upon hairy stems.
The leaves are trifoliate, each comprised of three leaflets that are rhombus-shaped with sparse teeth on their edges. Light bronze-green when young, the leaves mature to a deeper green and bear red hairs on their underside.
This plant comes in a extra large kokedama about 23-25cm accross the moss ball or a classic size of 15-20cm. The picture shows the large.