This unusual plant takes its name from its very unusual flowers: they look like an old-fashioned street lamp, or like a small parachute, which gave it its other Engslish name.
Each flower can be up to 7cm wide.
As a succulent plant our Ceropegie is quite undemanding. However, this variant should have a climbing aid.
English name: Climbing chandelier flower, parachute flower
Botanical Name: Ceropegia sandersonii
Home: Southeast Africa
Age: approx. 3-4 years
Pot size: 12cm
Total height: approx. 30-40cm
Location: bright, warm window seat
in the summer, gladly outdoors, but before the first night frost again put away
Watering: in summer maximum 1x per week
significantly less watering during the winter rest period
Only water again when the earth has completely dried out.
Fertilization: every 3-4 weeks in summer with cactus fertilizer - do not fertilize in winter.