Turtle on a string - if that's not a cool name ...
The name comes from the shape and the interesting drawing of the leaves. These look like small turtle shells - all neatly lined up on a string.
The Peperomia prostrata makes long shoots that hang down elegantly. However, if the plant can find a climbing aid, it can grow upwards.
A very gentle and robust hanging plant with multicolored leaves.
Name: Turtle-on-a-string, ornamental pepper, dwarf pepper
Botanical name: Peperomia prostrata String of Turtles
Pot size: 14cm traffic light pot
Total height (without suspension): approx. 25-30cm
Location: light to very light, warm window seat
Watering: little, the soil can dry out - less in winter - waterlogging and bale dryness should be avoided, however.
Flowers: so that your Hoya flowers begin to take off, you should have a rest period. Put them in a cooler place over winter, at approx. 10-15 ° C.
Delivery takes place without buds or flowers.