String of Hearts


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Introducing the ultimate emblem of affection for plant enthusiasts – the Ceropegia Woodii, also recognized as the String of Hearts! This stylish and delightful specimen is an ideal addition to any plant lover’s assortment, bringing a touch of romance to any environment. Adorned with delicate heart-shaped leaves gracefully draping down long, slender stems, the Ceropegia Woodii emanates a captivating charm that is difficult to resist.

This enchanting trailing plant is a genuine natural beauty, and its distinctive appearance is bound to captivate the hearts of all who behold it. Whether you wish to infuse some greenery into your home or office or present a meaningful gift symbolizing love, the Ceropegia Woodii is the perfect selection.

So, why hesitate? Infuse a bit of love and romance into your life with this exquisite plant today!

Plant Care:
The Ceropegia Woodii prefers a slightly drier environment, so it’s crucial to refrain from overwatering. Water the plant when the soil feels dry to the touch, usually once every two weeks. Ensure the pot has adequate drainage to prevent root rot. Avoid letting the plant linger in standing water, as it may lead to root deterioration. We recommend using a moisture meter to gauge soil moisture accurately.

Thriving in bright, indirect light, the String of Hearts should be positioned near a window where it can bask in a few hours of sunlight daily. Shield it from direct sunlight exposure to prevent leaf scorching.

Feed the Ceropegia Woodii every two months during the active growing season, typically from spring to fall. Utilize a balanced liquid fertilizer, following instructions meticulously to prevent overfeeding.

The String of Hearts does not necessitate frequent repotting and can remain in the same pot for several years. However, if you observe overcrowded roots or insufficient soil drainage, consider repotting. Spring, before the growing season commences, is the ideal time. Choose a well-draining potting mix and a slightly larger pot than the current one.

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