Ceropegia

Most Ceropegia are trailing plants however there are a few that grow upright. The leaves are simple and opposite and can be thick and fleshy. The waxy tubular flowers are often fused at the tips and lined with small hairs that point downward to trap small insects.

CULTIVATION TIPS
Summer growers requiring very little winter water. They grow well in shade.

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Ceropegia radicans Ceropegia radicans

Ceropegia radicans

2 long strings per plant. Large beautiful flowers in autumn and spring.

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Ceropegia woodii Ceropegia woodii

Ceropegia woodii (Chain of Hearts) Click here

An evergreen trailing vine with thin pendulous stems spreading to 4 m in length. The heart-shaped leaves are silver/green on top and flushed with purple on the undersurface. Waxy off-white to pale magenta flowers throughout the year. Shade/part sun.

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Ceropegia woodii variegata Ceropegia woodii variegata

Ceropegia woodii variegata (Chain of Hearts) Click here

An evergreen trailing vine with thin pendulous stems spreading to 4 m in length. The heart-shaped leaves are variegated green, cream and pink on the top, and green to purple on the undersurface. Waxy off-white to pale magenta flowers throughout the year. Shade/part sun.

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Rare Plants / Under Propagation

This section lists plants that are either rare and available only occassionally on our One of a Kind page, plants that are out of season or those being propagated to build up numbers for sale.


Ceropegia ampliata Click here

If available, this plant will be listed here.


Ceropegia dichotoma ssp dichotoma Click here

If available, this plant will be listed here.


Ceropegia radicans v smithii Ceropegia radicans v smithii

Ceropegia radicans v smithii Click here

If available, this plant will be listed here.