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Millie, the Ceropegia woodii (String of Hearts)

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Description

Description

Plant Type: Indoor Houseplant


Light Requirement: Very bright light and can even handle small doses of sun during the day.


Water Requirement: Because it’s a (semi) succulent, it’s important to prevent overwatering. During the growing season (Spring, Summer, early Fall) when the plant is producing new leaves and maybe even a few flowers, you can water it when the soil is mostly dry. During the dormant season, the plant can completely dry between waterings.


Fertilizer Requirement: Feed monthly with a half-strength of a liquid fertilizer during the growing season.


Container Size: 1″ starter plant, *Terra Cotta pot in photo display sold separately


Bloom Season: Magenta blooms in Spring, Summer, and Fall if in ideal growing conditions and lightly fertilized.


Plant Growth: Trailing.


Plant Color: Variegated: Green/White


Suggested Uses: Indoor containers and hanging baskets


USDA Hardiness Zone: Find Your Zone
9, 10, 11, 12



Special Characteristics:

  • Commonly known as String of Hearts and Rosary Vine.
  • Stores water in its leaves, so a good watering indicator to watch for is the leaves beginning to look a little deflated. Let the soil dry well between waterings.
  • Lightly fertilize during the growing season to promote magenta-colored blooms.
  • Skill Level: Intermediate

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Weight1 lbs
Dimensions5 × 5 × 5 in
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Your plants and products leave our greenhouses within 24 hours from the time you placed your order. Living products like plants or living decor ships only Mondays and Tuesdays. Your order is scheduled to arrive at your door, fresh and ready to plant or use, within 3 days or less of leaving our greenhouses. We cannot guarantee arrival on a specific day.

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We use FedEx Express Saver and the US Post Office to ship our orders. If you live in Northern Colorado, you can choose the local delivery option and we'll deliver your product within 24 hrs from your purchase time. We grow millions of annual plants and perennial plants and also carry hundreds of different houseplants and succulents every year. Annual plants will ship from March 15th to October 1st. Perennial plants will ship from March 15th to October 1st. Houseplants, succulents and garden goods ship year round if weather is not below 25 degrees. If you have more questions, please feel free to contact us at 970-223-4769 (M-F 9 am - 5 pm) or by email.

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