Ceropegia woodii! Various strings of things! Hearts, spades, arrows!
These little cuties are semi-succulent and love bright indirect light from a south or west facing window. Make sure the top of the plant has enough light exposure to prevent a bald top.
Plant them in a well draining soil made of potting soil, pumice, and bark and allow the soil to dry out completely before watering.
I like to use “the taco test”, which is just pinching the leaves to test how firm (or full of water) they are. If they are bendy and their soil is dry, they are ready to be fully soaked.
I also try to keep the strands untangled and rotate the plant at each watering to ensure even growth.
Peace, love, and happy planting!
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