Ceropegia sandersonii 'Parachute plant'

Ceropegia sandersonii 'Parachute plant'


Native to Mozambique, south Africa and Swaziland. This climbing succulent plant has stunning umbrella shaped flowers from March to November (the purpose of which are to catch flies in the wild!) The twining stems have sparse succulent leaves.

Interestingly the plant gives off a faintly lime-like scent which is said to mimic a bee in distress and therefore attracting flies!


LOVES- A bright sunny location

HATES-Overwatering- give a little water once a week but reduce to once or twice a month in winter.

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