Growing markisa is fun in itself. We can never miss the sight of tendrils. These are little fingers of markisa. They grab on objects , circle and hold. To allow sway or movements either imposed by the weight of fruits or the gust of strong winds, tendrils has springs. They are very flexible.
|tendril with end out of place|
|tendril, getting very brown as it matures|
|tendril, long and tapered loop|
|tendril, still winding|
whenever it can get hold of objects, tendril will wind itself into little spring.
|tendril grab tight|
|tendrils: Three tendrils interconnected|
|also three tendrils interconnected|
|tendril grab one of the stems and hold|
|tendrils, very springy and flexible.|
A tendril is a specialised stem that is used by climbing plant for support and attachment by twinning around suitable hosts
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