The woolly morning glory is another name for this plant because the plant has thick stems covered with woolly white hair. It is an enormous shrub with white, woody stems.
A huge climber called the elephant climber may reach heights of 8 to 9 meters. One of India’s natural vines, it is well-known throughout the nation. The creeper has large, broad leaves that resemble an elephant’s ears. It is given the moniker “elephant creeper” as a result.
The deep planting helps to stabilize the plant and may even do away with the requirement for staking by encouraging the growing stem to send out roots. Lily bulbs are also kept cold when temperatures climb by deep planting. The vine contains minerals, phosphates, tannins, calcium, potassium, and a variety of other elements. Additionally, the plant might have psychedelic qualities.