Ceropegia Woodii Simoneae is a beautiful plant. If you are into quirky and unusual plants, this is a prefect plant for you! The plant grows in geometric triangular shapes. Once the Ceropegia Woodii Simoneae grows bigger it can even trail along the pot, just like any other Ceropegia species.
Ceropegia Woodii Simoneae is a semi-succulent and not too difficult to care for. It’s best cared for with a bit of loving neglect. If you can’t always be on top of all your plants, this is a very good addition to your collection. The Ceropegia Woodii Simoneae originates from Madagascar and is best grown in warm conditions. An ideal temperature for this plant is around 25 degrees Celsius, but it can also handle lower temperatures. Place the Ceropegia Woodii Simoneae preferably in a spot in indirect sunlight. A few rays of sunshine in the morning or afternoon should be fine, but keep the plant out of the heat. When potting this plant it’s advisable to use a well draining soil mixture consisting of succulent soil combined with perlite and even some sand. Fertilizing a Ceropegia Woodii Simoneae is normally not needed. In warmer months watering your plant once a week is ok. How ever in the colder months (generally October to March) you can cut back watering to ever other week, or even less. Let the soil dry out a bit before watering again.
Ceropegia Woodii Simoneae is a rare type of Ceropegia that is not found in shops very easily. It’s has such an unusual appearance that you just got to love!