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Dischidia Imbricata (Kidney plant)Add to cart
Selling size: Mentioned on last picture (Well rooted plant in jiffy bag)
Dischidia Imbricata develops imbricate leaves which hold tightly to the growing surface. This member of milkweed family is a fast growing easy to care for plant, a nice bright space close to a window will be prime and making sure that at least a third of it’s soil dries out before watering.
Dischidia oianthaAdd to cart
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Dischidias have firm, semi-succulent foliage. It grows as an epiphyte, this plant also makes a great candidate for mounting on tree fern bark/wood plaques.
Place in very bright, indirect light. Water when the top 1/2 of the soil is dry.
Toxic to pets, every plant is unique
String Of Nickels Variegated (Dischidia Oiantha)Read more
Selling size: Mentioned on last picture well Rooted plant in jiffy bag
Quick Care Guide
This epiphytic plant receives its moisture from dew and the air. It can tolerate a drier growing medium, and if grown on bark, should be misted frequently or submerged in water until air bubbles disappear.
This plant loves to receive lots of bright, filtered light. It may even tolerate a few hours of direct morning or evening sunlight.
This plant requires a high humidity environment (75% >) to thrive, although it will tolerate a slightly less humid location.
Problems & Maintenance
The Dischidia oiantha Variegata is prone to mealybugs. Inspect its vines regularly to keep them at bay. As this plant has white, variegated leaves, it requires higher amounts of light to photosynthesize.
Suitable for Indoors
This is a plant that will live happily indoors so long it is properly cared for. It can also be planted outdoors, but do not expose it to harsh, direct sunlight or the variegated leaves may burn.
Dischidia Ruscifolia (Million Hearts)Read more
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.
String Of Nickels (Dischidia nummularia)Add to cart
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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