Ceropegia Woodii Variegata


The Ceropegia Woodii Variegata is a trailing plant native to South Africa. The delicate heart-shaped foliage and slender vines can reach up to 12' long in its natural environment and have earned this plant many nicknames, including Rosary Vine and Sweetheart Vine.

Ceropegia Woodii Variegata is also known as string of hearts variegated, chain of hearts, hearts entangled, rosary vine, sweetheart vine.

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String of Hearts Variegated care

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    Light exposure

    Place your String of Hearts where it can receive plenty of bright indirect light. Small doses of direct sun are good, however too much direct sun can scorch the leaves.

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    In the active growth period water sparingly, just enough to make the potting mixture barely moist, allowing the top two-thirds of the potting mixture to dry out between waterings.

    During winter, water very sparingly, just enough water to prevent the potting mixture from drying out completely.

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    Needs a moist environment with above average humidity. Stand on a pebble tray to improve humidity and mist frequently. Pop it in the shower for a while to give it an occasional boost.

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    Apply a slow release fertilizer once a month during the growing season.

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    • Don't place this plant in low-light conditions or it will lose its color.
    • Don't over water it, the roots are skinny and can get root rot.
    • Let it dry before watering again.
    • This plant is dormant during winter

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