The Arrow shape, fleshy, gray-green foliage has an eye-catching marbled pattern and the thin, string-like vines have a distinctive purple shade. This evergreen, succulent, trailing vine is perfect for planting in hanging baskets or in pots on shelves or window sills
String of Arrows
Light: Positioning your string of arrows plant somewhere that it will receive bright, but dappled, filtered sunlight will see the best results in terms of growth and flower production
Water: Let the soil dry in between waterings and then provide a deep watering.
Soil: Well-drained, Fertile
Mature Size: 2-5 cm. tall, 2 - 4 m. Long
String of Arrows plants are generally propagated by stem cuttings
Cuttings with at least two internodes on them usually take root in anywhere from a fortnight to two months. The tubers that form along the stem and even single leaves can also be used for propagation