String of Hearts
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How to care
How to care
The String of Hearts will be most happy in bright, indirect light or dappled sunshine.
Moderate watering every couple of weeks is best for your String of Hearts. Make sure the soil has dried out before watering as it doesn’t enjoy being overwatered!
Like other succulents, this plant doesn’t enjoy super humid environments, so your average indoor conditions will be ideal for this lovely plant!
Sad Plant Signs
Shrivelled leaves can mean under-watering or overwatering and dried leaves could indicate too much sunlight.
Hard To Kill
Characteristics Nearly Indestructible
Native to South-Africa, the String of Hearts or Ceropegia is a genus of plants within the apocynaceae family. Its leaves are like love-tokens since they are small and heart-shaped and are joined to string-like stems, earning it the affectionate nickname, String of Hearts. Happiest in bright, indirect or dappled light, this stunning succulent is drought tolerant and enjoys moderate watering every couple of weeks once its soil has dried out. Whether cascading down from a high spot or trailing sideways across a shelf or mantelpiece, this unique beauty is sure to become a beautiful focal point in any room.
Allow trailing plants to grow sideways across shelves, bookcases, and cupboards, to liven up your room’s focal points.
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