Evergreen climbing plant. The stems are first herbaceous, then woody and hairy.
The leaves are of a dark green color with whitish ribs.
The inflorescences, appearing in the fall, are small umbrellas, each consisting of 8-20 greenish yellow flowers.
The fruits, which appear in spring, are black-blue ovoid berries when ripe.
Masterpieces of the hall
The garden of the museum is not born by chance. It wants to give a suggestion. The walk that crosses recalls the path of a river and, on its "banks", there are some plants that existed already in Pleistocene. Almost all are still part of Mediterranean and temperate environments that characterize the Italian peninsula.