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Ceropegia woodii

Ceropegia woodii is a member of the Asclepiadaceae family. They are excellent for hanging basket culture with long cascades (up to 6' or more) of dark bluish-green heart-shaped leaves. Upon close inspection the blue-green leaves are overlaid with intricate silvery patterns. Flowers resemble tiny purple parasols. Another interesting facet is the production of tubers underground, analogous to potatoes, which can be used to propagate new plants. Native to South Africa. Can be grown indoors near a window or on a sheltered patio. Porous soil. Filtered light. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. As this plant is somewhat tropical, it will need protection from frost.

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