Coprophagie: Identification, plant Growth and reproduction

Learn about the plant

Ceropegia is a genus of about 200 types of time tested a semi-evergreen, erect, pendent. Or they were climbing perennials from deserts to rainforests in tropical and subtropical regions of the Canary Small islands, Africa, Madagascar, Arabia, India, Ceylon, Chinese suppliers, Indonesia, Philippines, New Guinea and Australia (Queensland). Most are succulent with fleshy, tuber-like caudices. Ceropegia woodii is a strange trailing succulent. The wiry stalks grow about 3 ft extended. It is a simple plant, in growing.

Plant growth conditions

Temperature: 65-80F throughout the day as well as a minimum of 60F at nighttime. Provide just as much light as possible, but no immediate sunlight.
Continue to keep garden compost moistened all the time. Misting is essential.

Plant reproduction

Get come cuttings in spring. Cause inside a fine sand and peat mix at (72-77 F 22-25 C), while keeping moist. Sow seed at (66-75 F 19-24 C) during early springtime.