Ceropegia is also known as a String of needles, this form of Ceropegia has short spiky leaves and is an unusual and hard to find variety. A native of Africa it is a beautiful easy-care plant wIth beautiful trailing leaves. It's a very fast grower and with a little care, it will thrive in a small pot for years.
In its native habitat, it can be found growing up trees reaching lengths of 4m high before forming thicker roots as it matures. It will grow in almost any soil and light conditions making it ideal as a houseplant and it travelled around the world being cultivated into many forms.
It does produce tiny purple flowers although most keep this plant for its beautiful leaves.
These are cute small plants ready to hang, add to a shelf or as a pot plant and add instant impact.
Ceropegia would make a great houseplant gift for friends or family - surprise them with rainforest style!
If you are giving Ceropegia as a gift, make sure you include your message at the basket stage. We’ll deliver the houseplant along with a free, handwritten card - and we’ll leave out the paperwork with the price on!
The golden hues of brass of our Atsu planters really extenuate the smooth contours of this elegant hanging pot. The brass is a striking backdrop against green foliage making an eye-catching combination. Each planter is hung with leather ties.
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Small 9cm x 11cm x 11cm
Ceropegia care level
This plant is easy care for, great for beginners.
Where should I put this plant?
likes a shady corner, it will also enjoy a sunny spot, it's not a fussy plant but a little direct morning sun in the winter would work wonders.
How should I water this plant?
Drench in between droughts.
Should I feed this plant?
Feed once a month in spring and summer with liquid plant food. Why not try our own vegan, organic plant food?
Is this plant suitable if I have pets?
This plant is toxic to cats and dogs.
What size is this plant?
W8cm x H50cm
For some great advice on general houseplant care, why not have a look at the video we’ve made for you? Click Here