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A picture of a String Of Hearts 'Orange River'

String Of Hearts 'Orange River'

Ceropegia linearis ssp. woodii 'Orange River'

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Partial Shade
Moderate care
Light watering


RHS hardiness


Minimum temperature

Expected size








5 years to reach maturity


  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

This plant has no fragrance

More images of String Of Hearts 'Orange River'

A close up of the dark-green and silver veined leaves of Ceropegia woodii 'Orange River' (String of Hearts)
A close up of the green, silver veined spade-shaped leaves of Ceropegia woodii 'Orange River' (String of Hearts)

String Of Hearts 'Orange River' Overview

Ceropegia woodii 'Orange River' is a new cultivar of the popular 'String of Hearts' houseplant. This tuberous, evergreen perennial species produces long, trailing shoots bearing elongated arrow-shaped succulent leaves. These are deep-green with silver-coloured veining; however, they can become lighter if grown in brighter conditions. This plant can grow two to four metres long and will look amazing growing in hanging baskets or in a pot on a high shelf where its leaves can cascade and trail down. It also doesn't mind if you forget to water in once in a while. They also prefer cramped living quarters, so no need to re-pot every year and in summer will produce lantern-shaped pink-purple coloured flowers; that can last up to 6 weeks and measure approximately 2cm in length.

Common problems with String Of Hearts 'Orange River'

String Of Hearts 'Orange River' Companion Plants

Plant with other succulent species that have a similar climatic requirement.

How to harvest String Of Hearts 'Orange River'

Generally not harvested.

How to propagate String Of Hearts 'Orange River'


Take leaf cuttings or stem segments.


Sow seed at 19-24C (66-75F) in early spring.

Special features of String Of Hearts 'Orange River'

Attractive leaves

Attractive foliage plant

Drought resistant

Succulent leaves serve as water storage organs.

Pot plant

Good container plants, place in semi-shaded position and ensure good drainage for best results. Often grown inside as a houseplant, but requires good levels of sunlight.