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Propagating String of Hearts

Published on March 28th 2020
Propagating your houseplants can be a fun and beneficial activity for both you and your plant.
The String of Hearts, Ceropegia, woodii, is a popular houseplant and relatively easy to propagate. You can grow cuttings into established plants or gift them to your friends and family.

String Of Hearts

Ceropegia linearis ssp. woodii

A close up of a Ceropegia woodii f. variegata plant

Variegated String of Hearts

Ceropegia linearis ssp. woodii f. variegata

A white pot containing some Ceropegia woodii 'Silver Glory' String of Hearts plant with succulent leaves

String Of Hearts Silver Glory

Ceropegia linearis ssp. woodii 'Silver Glory'

Learn how to propagate String of Hearts:

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Other plants can be propagated using this method, such as:

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