Ceropegia Woodii has the most beautiful little silvery heart shaped leaves, which are gracefully trailing down. An elegant and very easy vining succulent. The Ceropegia Woodii Silver Glory can give cute flowers which look like small lanterns.
Taking care of a Ceropegia Woodii is fairly easy. As it is a succulent type plant, it can store water in the leaves. It’s not needed to water this plant very often. In Spring and Summer only give a little bit of water once a week. In Fall and Winter giving the Ceropgia Woodii a splash of water every two or three weeks should be enough. Giving this plant too much water is the worst you can do, the small root bulbs can easily rot away.
Place the plant on a book shelf or a cabinet and let it trail down endlessly. When putting it in bright indirect sunlight the Ceropegia Woodii can grow very fast.
If you love the Ceropegia Woodii Silvery Glory then make sure to also check out: Ceropegia Woodii Variegata, Ceropegia Woodii ‘String of Spades’, Ceropegia Woodii Mini Star and the new Ceropegia Woodii ‘Orange River’. You got to collect them all!