Whether you call it "String of Hearts," "Rosary Vine" or "Sweetheart Vine," there's a lot to love about Ceropegia woodii. Its plump leaves are shaped just like little hearts, deep green in color lined with cream veins. The new grown and stems are often dark pink. The leaves appear on long cascading vines that hang straight down, creating an effect almost like a beaded curtain of heart-shaped leaves.
Light: Bright, indirect light.
Water: Allow top 2" to dry out between waterings. String of Hearts is semi-succulent and can tolerate periods of drought.
Tip: String of Hearts often flowers, and its blooms are pale magenta with deep purple centers – a sweetheart among indoor plants.
*Each plant will vary slightly from photo.