3 responses to “Ceropegia ampliata”

  1. elizabeth a airhart

    end of the holiday in the states
    i have been following daniels links
    this is a different flower and so
    is the plant and its folk names ____
    tis almost december and i need to go into
    the archives and find the links to the
    web sites and names so i do not lose
    the people around the world who have
    helped me travel this world and learn so much
    thank you daniel keep us posted

  2. David Midgley

    For those interested this species is relatively easy to grow in frost free climates. It grows reasonably well in Sydney without the need for glasshouses, though growth ceases during winter. I cultivate my specimens in a 1:1 mixture of fine gravel and regular potting mix. I water in particularly hot periods (30ºC+) otherwise the species gets just rainfall. Bright, indirect light to light shade is preferred.
    David M.

  3. sergio david

    Anyone know indicate a place where I can buy seeds ceropegia ampliata because plants from the USA are hard to get into Brazil.
    regards
    sergio

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