Often referred to as Wax Plants or Wax Vine because of the thick, waxy nature of their leaves.
Features long, trailing vines that often intertwine. Wrapping it around itself or a trellis can help give it a more full look.
They do best in bright light, and can handle direct sun, unusual for many houseplants. It can adapt to lower lights, but they will grow more slowly, and will not bloom. Best in an east or west window where it will get direct sun for a few hours a day and bright indirect light for the remainder.
Since it is a succulent, allow the soil to dry out before watering again.
This is a 6" hanging basket, grown in our greenhouse at Seguin Gardens.
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