Alright, I stand corrected by my mother-in-law. One morning she paid us a visit and admired my garden. She told me that that our vine is not a Buhok ni Maria vine as I have been told, it was something else and it’s on the tip of her tongue. She’s a Bio Professor in MSU GenSan, can’t argue with her about that, I’m not good in naming plants I just plant and plant them right away! As long as it’s good in the eye and helps us for shading.
Then after that I’ve been googling about the name of the vine and all I can see close enough is Spanish moss
The once I thought was Buhok ni Maria is an aerial plant and it looked like this:
My husband has been curious about the name since, so he googled the right keywords and voila! Here it is! Its name is Cissus sicyoides or commonly known as millionaire vine, princess vine or ivy curtain. It is from Vitaceae family such as grapevine and stuffs. It said to be a herbal medicine a remedy for diabetes. Just another benefit that we can get from our garden. The Millionaire Vine tips of its roots will turn into pink after its being cut from your desired length to hang.