A more unusual variety of the ceropegia woodii, this variegated version can be tricky to get your hands on. The white and pinkish leaves look stunning when they trickle down a drawer or a bookshelf. We’ve found ourselves zoning out completely while watching the leaves as they go through pink and white and green and almost brown. It’s like you get a Scandiesque friend and mindfulness coach all in one.
The ceropegia woodii can happily withstand direct sunshine for a few hours a day but likes a bright spot as a general rule.
It looks and behaves a lot like a succulent but will need more regular watering in the summer and only when the potting mix is dry to touch in the winter. A good way to tell if it's thirsty is by looking at the leaves - if they appear crinkled, the plant will need a drink.
Live plant in soil
The length of the strands varies but is at least 10 cm