It has small, glossy, light green leaves with five to seven deep, narrow lobes resembling an asterisk. Mature plants produce pale green to white flowers in autumn followed by black, berry-like fruits, which are eaten and spread by birds.
A self-branching cultivar with medium-sized, ivy-like, triangular, lobed green leaves which are curly with raised, light-green veins. As plants grow aerially, they develop bushier, more mature growth and develop sharper, triangular leaves with no lobes.
It has medium to large-sized, rounded, triangular, ivy-shaped leaves. The leaf color is medium green with light green veins. The leaves are close together and the stems freely branch forming a dense plant.
A bushy and freely branched plant. It has small, glossy, flat, green leaves with a bird’s-foot or narrowly-lobed shape, the middle lobe is long and pointed. As plants grow aerially, they develop bushier, more mature growth and develop sharper, triangular leaves with no lobes.