This fascinating climber is native to southeast Asia, the Shingle Plant flattens its 2” leaves against any vertical surface that it’s climbing on. The velvet green leaves with silver veining sit closely on the stem and often overlap a bit. when the plant is introduced to a vertical structure, it begins to climb, the leaves increase in size and the internodes shorten up. This is where the plant truly shows what it can do. Tolerant of low light but liking warm temperatures, it’s a good plant for homes with a bright growing space.