Ceropegia woodii variegata, also known as the Variegated String of Hearts is a beautiful and very rare succulent that is a must have for any collector.
In this way, why is variegated String of Hearts so expensive?
They can be a little on the pricey side, but this is partly because their current popularity attracts a premium. That said, once you have one, they’re super easy to propagate so you can create more plants with ease.
Also, do variegated String of Hearts grow fast?
Do the string of hearts grow fast? Absolutely! The variegated string of hearts growth rate is very fast when it has enough sunlight. Remember that they like to dry out between waterings, and it is always better to under water rather than over water.
How do you keep the variegated string of hearts pink?
Loss of colour is usually noticed on the Variegated Ceropegia Woodii as when grown in ideal conditions the leaves have a pink hue, more so if they are in filtered light with a bit of harmless sun (morning sun, sun in the cooler months). Take away the bright light, and the pink disappears.
There are two main types of variegated Monstera: Albo Borsigiana and Thai Constellation.
|Differences||Monstera Variegata Albo Borsigiana||Monstera Thai Constellation|
|Price||$100 to $1,000+ USD||$150 to $1,000+ USD|
» Convenient phenotype control using specific promoters: For example, with an alcohol-inducible promoter, variegation can be induced by spraying plant leaves with ethanol. » Visible Selection: Plants carrying a gene of interest can be easily identified without antibiotics or other chemicals.
When it comes to the string of hearts, both ways are OK. Some praise watering from the top, while others swear by the bottom watering their string of hearts. This can vary from plant to plant – depending on the pot, soil, and size of the plant… Most plant parents swear by bottom watering, though.
The Variegated String of Hearts Care includes bright indirect light and thorough watering after the soil is about to dry out completely. These delicate peeps are excellent for making indoor hanging baskets and table pots.