Ceropegia woodii: “String of Arrows” in 3.5" Nursery Pot


Note: Plants and pots sold separately, unless stated otherwise.


If you are building a collection of unique strings, the String of Arrows is a must-have. Sibling to the very popular string of hearts, this small vining succulent is easy to propagate and drought resistant. 

Light: Give it bright indirect light. Sunny south-facing windows might be too much for it though. 

Water: Water when the top of the soil is dry. It likes getting wet about once a week That means about every 10 days in the winter and as often as every 5 days in the summer. It is drought-resistant so if you mess up it can be forgiving. 

Humidity: Normal humidity is fine, but don't place it in front of a vent or in a place that gets extremely dry.