This is an unidentified species that was collected near the Orange River in Africa. It is a very tiny, pendant species with triangular leaves with wavy edges and wire-like stems. Does well in a hanging basket. Don't allow the stems to be scorched. Interestingly, the inside surfaces of Ceropegia flowers are covered with downward pointing hairs that trap any small flies that are attracted by the smelly flowers. After the flies have covered themselves with pollen, the hairs wither and allow the trapped insects to go on their way!
(Apocynaceae) The name Ceropegia means "wax fountain" referring to the appearance of the flower clusters.
Light: Full sun/part shade. Best grown in a container in a protected spot. Bright, indirect light if grown indoors.
Water: Moderate water during the summer with a dry rest period in the winter.
Soil: Sharply draining, succulent mix
Fertilizer: Occasional fertilizer at half strength
Hardiness: Not frost hardy. USDA Zone 12, but most will be container plants indoors.