What is the succulent that looks like a heart?

Conophytum bilobum

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Regarding this, will my Hoya heart grow?

While they are relatively low-fuss plants, Hoyas are NOT known for being fast growers. I have read that Hoya Kerrii can grow over 10 feet, but this is in absolutely perfect conditions and will take many years to accomplish. You’re more likely to find a Hoya Kerrii that is one to two feet long.

Also, can you put succulents in a planter? If succulents are allowed to sit in soggy soil, their roots will eventually rot, which will result in a dead plant. Succulents simply do not need that much water. Do your succulents a favor by planting them in a pot with a drainage hole. They’ll thank you for it by growing to be vibrant and healthy plants!

Likewise, people ask, what do you put in the bottom of a planter for succulents?

Soil: Succulents and cacti thrive in well draining, porous soils. Gravel or expanded shale can be added to the bottom of the container to help increase drainage. A basic, sandy potting soil mixed with vermiculite makes a great succulent mix!

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