Ceropegia Woodii (String Of Hearts)

15,00

incl. vat

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Description

Ceropegia woodii, also known as string of hearts is a succulent native to South Africa, Swaziland, and Zimbabwe. It is an evergreen succulent trailing vine that grows to 10 centimetres in height and spreads to reach up to 2–4 metres in length. The stems of Ceropegia Woodii have a purple hue and the leaves are heart-shaped (hence the name) with silver markings. String of hearts likes to be pot bound- we recommend growing it in the same pot for at least couple of years.

Ceropegia Woodii is a perfect plant for busy people as it is really easy to take care for and will survive if you forget to water her! We also have a variegated version here.

This plant is in 10cm size pot and is about 60cm long. It comes in a plastic nursery pot.

Care Tips:

Light: bright spot, can whit-stand a few hours of sunshine a day

Water: as opposed to most succulents, needs regular (possibly weekly) watering in summer and much less in winter but only when potting mix is dry to touch

Soil: fast draining potting mix such as cactus mix

Humidity: average

For all those with achy breaky hearts that seem to shatter with every new relationship, failed tinder date or slight celebrity obsession? Armour yourself with some backups!

If you tend to water your plants, you should consider getting some more species from our succulent category.

Delivery Time

Germany 1-3 days

For all other countries delivery time can range from 3-10 days.

At the moment we are processing the orders on Mondays only – so if you order from us on a Wednesday it won’t be processed until the following Monday.

Disclaimer

An example picture gives a trustworthy image of the plant with good care. The plant at the example picture is not the plant that will be delivered. This is an example, so variations are possible. The eventually delivered plant may differ in for example size, number of flower branches, etc.