The Ceropegia Woodii Variegata is also known as the colorful version of the String of Hearts. The variegated version can be recognized by the cream, pink, and green spotted heart-shaped leaves. The stems are very delicate and get tangled up quickly (if you have a lot of patience, you can choose to carefully disassemble all stems). During the Summer, beautiful pink or purple flowers regularly appear on the stems.
The Ceropegia Woodii Variegata can grow fast with the right care. The ideal place for this plant is one with indirect sunlight. If the Ceropegia Woodii Variegata is in the dark too much, growth will fall behind. The String of Hearts likes to get some water once a week. Allow the potting soil to dry thoroughly between irrigations to prevent root rot.
Is the plant enjoying itself and are the stems hanging on the ground? No problem. You simply cut off a piece of the stem and put it on water, waiting for its root. You can also choose to put the cutting directly in moist soil.