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Ceropegia woodii


By Meanie

Ceropegia woodii (Ceropegia woodii)

This continues to bloom in an unheated porch.

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Such an attractive plant, what are its requirements Meanie?

11 Jan, 2018


Some water if you remember. Bit of fresh soil every few years if you can be bothered. Frost free. That's it really!

12 Jan, 2018


So fairly simple!

15 Jan, 2018



15 Jan, 2018


Wow! It's pretty amazing! I love the variegated leaves!

27 Jan, 2018


Thanks Delonix! Have you not tried this succulent in San Diego?

29 Jan, 2018


Unfortunately no. I think I've seen it growing outside in some places.

I'm sure it would grow well outdoors under trees here. I'm not sure if it could be grown in our full sun. It most likely would even burn in the winter heat we've been having (yesterday it was 32ºC or 90ºF here). This heat here has been crazy for January!!!

30 Jan, 2018

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