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Cyphostemma sandersonii is a member of the Vitaceae family. It was given this name by Bernard M. Descoings in 1967 (after steeling it from William Henry Harvey, who called it a Cissus). It is from Southern Africa, where it grows in well drained soil with quite some water and not too much sun. The flowers are green. Cyphostemma sandersonii can be reproduced by seeds or cuttings.