Hopefully someone can help me out here, i have had this plant for about 3-4 years and had to cut cut it back and propagate it a few times since when it grows it really grows fast, you can almost watch it. However i have never seen a flower. Back then i got it from my retiring Archaeology Professor, who told me he had braught it back from Africa, where it grew sprawling along the ground and that the locals weave them into their fences. As such it always grows a single long vine that grows up until it topples over. I have not noticed any indications that it would attach itself or grab on to climb. From there it just continues trying to grow up, supporting it helps for a while but then the tip eventually reaches past the window frame and it had to be looped down, to grow up again. This happens continuously, which is why i had to cut it back. When i did, only one node would activate, rarely 2. The cuttings propagate easily in some dirt after having dried and calloused over properly. If it wasn't so annoying in its growth habit i would absolutely love to have this plant climbing all over or hanging down from a basket. ... The stem is slightly fuzzy and around 7,5mm thick, very tought to cut. It always has two tiny leaves on each node that never unfurl, covering the 2 lateral growthpoints like scales that then dry out fairly quickly. The lateral growthpoints on each node always seem to alternate by about 90° from the ones on the next node along the central axis. I am not sure if the node can be propagated and reactivated if all 3 growthpoints including the tip have been exausted previously. It does not seem to branch spontaniously but interruptions in the central growth cause another lateral growthpoint to activate into a new shoot. It probably belongs to the Euphorbia family, it produces a white milky sap if injured. If you have any ideas as to the species or where i could best seach for it, whether it be in a different forum or in a picture-database by a botanist, i would be grateful. Motherplant together with Chamaedorea elegans, i will be seperating them again and put all the cuttings into one pot with the motherplant: Cuttings, smaller one about 40cm long, you can see where it pointed down after toppling and turned to grow up again: details: Thx, Wolfram.