Silver Glory String of Hearts - Ceropegia linearis woodii

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Hard to find but easy to care for, the ‘Silver Glory’ String of Hearts needs a home in your sunniest window! The ‘Silver Glory’ String of Hearts is distinguished from its standard and variegated counterparts by its steely silver, kidney bean-shaped leaves but requires the same type of care. To maintain its full silver color, we recommend giving this trailing succulent as much light as possible, even up to direct sunlight. We also recommend keeping an eye on your ‘Silver Glory’ String of Hearts, and giving it a thorough watering once the top leaves begin to shrivel.

While all ‘String of Hearts’ varieties are known to be drought tolerant we find them to be rather thirsty, especially in the growing season, and would err on the side of more frequent waterings during this period. Since the ‘Silver Glory’ String of Hearts come in such small pots, try repotting them in something a bit larger, then wrapping the vines around the perimeter- this will result in lots of new roots and a fuller plant faster! 

Ed's Plant Profile

  • Botanical Name: Ceropegia Linearis Woodii'Silver Glory'
  • Common Name(s): 'Silver Glory' String of Hearts 
  • Family: Apocynaceae
  • Native Range: South Africa, Swaziland, Zimbabwe 

Ed's Care Guide

  • Care Level: Easy
  • Light: Bright indirect to direct sunlight 
  • Water: Water thoroughly, but allow the soil to dry between watering.
  • Humidity: Low
  • Temperature: 60-70F. Avoid cold drafts.
  • Pruning: Prune as needed to remove brown or dead leaves.
  • Feeding: Fertilize with diluted liquid fertilizer during spring and summer.
  • Propagation: Very easy to propagate from cuttings in water, soil or sphagnum moss.
  • Growth: Trailing
  • Common Pests: Mealybugs, aphids, scale & spider mites 
  • Toxicity: Non-Toxic

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