Ceropegia stapeliiformis var. serpentina, a really weird plant from the Cape Province of South Africa. A trailing plant with a succulent stem that begins quite thick then tapers off. Its rough bumpy and wrinkled stem is the color clever camouflage with dull green, brown and gray patches and white dots in a cryptic pattern. Very unusual. The flowers are just as strange, looking like dark little parachutes up to two inches long. Roots readily from stem cuttings.
Rooted cuttings in 4" pots - No holding. Must ship immediately!