Ceropegia linearis is an epiphytic and lithophytic species that grows on trees and rocks. Ceropegia derives from the ancient Greek words for 'wax' and 'fountains', so named for it's waxy leaves. The specific epithet of 'Linearis' refers to its long blade-like leaves.
Light: For optimal health, we recommend placing your plant in bright, indirect light. A window with morning sun is best. Avoid lower light as these plants are very easily prone to root rot and lower light can make these problems worse.
Water: Allow the soil to dry almost completely before watering. We recommend submerging the bottom quarter of the pot in water until it has absorbed it and then allowing to drain out slightly before returning to it's spot.
Non-toxic to people and pets.
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