Selling size: Single plant
Plant care at a glance :
- Water : Moderate / Well Drained Planter
- Light : Bright / Partial Shade
- Growth Rate : Medium
- Air Purifying : No
- Pet Friendly : Yes
String Of Nickels (Dischidia nummularia)
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Selling size: Mentioned in last picture of each plant advertisement,please check selling size before order
The string of nickels (Dischidia nummularia) is a vining succulent that is native to the tropical regions of Asia, India, and Australia. It is a type of epiphyte similar to orchids and air plants such as Tillandsia, meaning that in its native habitat, the string of nickels grows on other plants such as trees and obtains its moisture and nutrients from the air, rain, or debris accumulating around it rather than from soil.
This Dischidia is a relatively uncommon houseplant that can be difficult to find, but if you manage to find one, it will do well in almost any location in your home. Unlike many other types of succulents, the string of nickels does not require a bright, sunny location—it actually prefers low-light conditions.
Botanical Name Dischidia nummularia Common Name String of nickels, button orchid Plant Type Succulent Mature Size 12-18 in. long, 15-24 in. spread Sun Exposure Partial sun, partial shade Soil Type Well-drained Soil pH Neutral, alkaline Bloom Time Spring, summer Flower Color Yellow, white Hardiness Zones 10a to 11b Native Area India, Asia, Australia
Dischidia Ruscifolia (Million Hearts)
Selling size: well rooted plant in jiffy bag mentioned in last picture of each plant advertisement,please check selling size before order
Dischidia Ruscifolia also known as Million Hearts, has numerous small, heart-shaped green leaves that line both sides of thin trailing stems. Its flowers are small and grow between a leaf and the stem.If grown under intense light, the plant’s leaves will develop a red tinge.