It is a very easy plant to take care of.
This unusual, hardy vining succulent produces pretty, variegated, heart-shaped leaves on tough, wire-like stems. This plant is native to South Africa.
Ceropegia Woodii trails nicely and makes an unusual hanging plant. The vines can grow to 60-90cm long, and the pretty leaves are deep green with variegated silver markings.
- As succulent, these plants like to be watered sparingly, especially in the wintertime. Allow the soil to dry out (almost) and then water thoroughly.
- In winter your plant will look a bit droopy during the cold months, but only water it sparingly. Begin watering normally in the springtime.
- Ceropegia Woodii is comfortable in most household settings. It does not require high humidity.
- The chain of hearts plant appreciates bright, indirect sunlight, but it can do well in a low light setting. Lower light will result in less contrast in the leaf variegation. Additionally, a low light setting will cause the backs of the leaves to take on a purplish hue.
- Keep an eye on the roots, and re-pot when the plant seems root-bound. Typically, you should repot the parent plant and start new plants early in the springtime.
These are baby plants: Diameter of the pot: 6cm. Height of the plant: 10,5 cm.