Product Details: –
- String Of Hearts -Ceropegia Woodii: One String will be delivered.
- String Length: Upto 15-25 CM
- Plant Placement: Indoor
- Plastic Pot Dimensions: 4 inches
- Note: The image is for reference purposes only. Actual products may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height, etc.
About String Of Hearts Plant: –
The String of Hearts plant, also known as Ceropegia woodii, is a popular trailing succulent vine that is native to South Africa. It is a low-maintenance houseplant that features delicate heart-shaped leaves that grow along thin, wire-like stems.
This plant is easy to care for and thrives in bright, indirect light. It prefers to be slightly dry between waterings, so it’s important to avoid overwatering, which can cause root rot. It’s also sensitive to cold temperatures and should be kept in a warm environment.
Propagation of the String of Hearts plant is easy through stem cuttings, which can be rooted in either soil or water. The plant can grow up to several feet in length, making it ideal for hanging baskets or trailing down bookshelves or walls.
While the String of Hearts plant is generally low-maintenance, it’s important to keep an eye out for pests such as spider mites or mealybugs, which can infest the plant. Regularly inspecting the plant and wiping down the leaves with a damp cloth can help keep it healthy.
The String of Hearts plant is not toxic to pets, making it a great choice for pet owners. However, it’s still important to keep plants out of reach of curious pets and children.
In summary, the String of Hearts plant is a unique and attractive houseplant that is easy to care for and propagate. With proper care, it can bring beauty and charm to any indoor space.
How to care String of heart plant:-
Water – String of Hearts plant doesn’t like frequent watering, so make sure you give them water like other succulents. You can water the plant once the top inch of soil is dried
Light – This plant needs Bright Indirect light so place it where it gets bright indirect sunlight all day.
Fertilizer – You can use any organic fertilizer quarterly.
Soil – Use a succulent potting mix. Make sure your pot has a Proper drainage hole.