Variegated String of Hearts

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  • This listing features our beautiful rooted 4 inch Ceropegia Woodii 'String of Hearts'. Ceropegia woodii variegata, also known as the rosary vine, has trailing purple stems that form tubers at the node and beautiful white-pink-gray fleshy heart-shaped leaves. Variegated String of Hearts usually bloom during summer and fall, but flowers may also appear at other times throughout the year. Variegated String of Hearts is a popular hanging plant for its lovely appearance and vining nature.
  • Bright light (with some direct sun) Porous and well-drained potting soil Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch, then let drain completely. Avoid letting water sit for too long in the soil to prevent rot and fungal diseases.
  • USDA Zone 11: above 4.5 °C (40 °F)

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SP
10/31/2018
Sergio P.
United States

Great succulent

Great addition to my growing succulent collection. These succulents are attractive to any collector. Great color & well packaged. Plants arrived in great condition & not a dead leaf. What you see advertised is what you get.

JD
10/16/2018
Jamie D.
United States

yay!

this plant is gorgeous.

SC
09/23/2018
Safiya C.
United States

Very Healthy Plant

I didn’t know my plant was being sent to the PO BOX and not my house. It stayed there for 2 days before I realized and got it out. I was so happy to open and see a very healthy and beautiful plant. Definitely worth the purchase.

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CG
08/21/2018
Charles G.
United States

Love the plant, but felt what you sent me could have been better rooted and a little bit bigger.

Good! Like the variegated hearts plant.

DR
08/05/2018
Diane R.
United States

Pretty Little Things

Really misjudged the first watering. I bottom watered with a bowl, but the water was gone and the top was still bone dry. The plants are so tiny and close to the surface that I couldn’t get under them to water form the top. I re-did the bottom watering and think I got it right this time. We’ll see if I can keep them alive. Little shoots coming up already. Fingers crossed.

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