A variegated form of the traditional green creeping fig vine. This selection is adorned with creamy white margins that will really brighten up a wall or wrapping up around a miniature arbor in the fairy garden. It is self-clinging and looks good covering the walls of the larger fairy houses. Variegated creeping fig is a relative of edible figs and tropical trees but is a tender, evergreen vine. It is native to eastern Asia and has distinctive juvenile and mature forms. The juvenile form features slender, fuzzy branches and small, white variegated heart-shaped leaves. When it matures it is an aggressive vine, which clings to most surfaces including metal, wood and concrete with its strong adhesive, aerial rootlets. Used in a miniature planter or in a terrarium, it is easy to control by cutting it back.