Facts about your Ceropegia Woodii
The Ceropegia Woodii is native to the Southern countries of Africa and is part of the Apocynaceae family. In the wild its vines can grow to over twelve feet long. It was first discovered by John Medley Wood in 1881; in 1894 he sent a sample of the plant to Kew gardens and the plant was then named after him.
Caring for your your Ceropegia Woodii
Light - Your Ceropegia Woodii likes bright indirect sunlight but can survive in lower conditions. The perfect spot gets some sun and some shade.
Water - Your Ceropegia Woodii is a succulent so be careful of overwatering, especially in the winter months. Wait for the top of the soil to dry out between waterings.
Top Tip - Your Ceropegia Woodii is easy to propagate from, just cut off a vine and put it in water, once it grows substantial roots, you can pot it on.
Your Ceropegia Woodii pet safe.
All our plants come with a physical care card, you can also see more information about how to look after your plant and our handy infographic care guides on our plant care page.