This tender evergreen succulent perennial has a trailing habit and produces fragrant waxy 5-petalled flowers with a contrasting eye held in pendant umbels. Frequently grown as glasshouse specimens and as houseplants they can also be grown outside in sheltered position.
Take semi hardwood cuttings.
Chalk, Loam, Sand
Soil PH preference
Acid, Alkaline, Neutral
This plants suit being grown in wall side borders as well as containers within conservatories or greenhouses.
Strong - Flowers are fragrant at night.
Generally disease free they can be attacked by mealy bugs.