mini variegated lipstick plant, Aeschynanthus radicans .variegata Cuttings

$9.50

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 Mini variegated lipstick plant

mini variegated lipstick plant,Aeschynanthus radicans .variegated

You will receive 2 healthy cuttings from my mother plant.

Botanical Name: Aeschynanthus radicans

Easy-care Lipstick Plant is ideal for a hanging basket. Putting it at eye-level will show off its thickly leaved trailing vines with spectacular flowers.

Get to Know Lipstick Plant

In their native rain forest habitat, these evergreen plants grow as epiphytes, perched on trees, where their long vines sprawl along moss-covered branches. Give these tropical flowering house plants the same dappled sunlight and humidity and they’re extremely easy to grow.

The thick, glossy leaves are 2-4 in (5-10 cm) long and cover the trailing stems, making this vine a lush, tropical accent for your home.

The real attraction, though, is its tubular flowers that emerge from a calyx in bright colors that look like lipstick in a tube. Most often, you’ll find them in red, but some rarer varieties have dark red, orange, yellow or coral blooms.

Lipstick Plant

Botanical Name: Aeschynanthus radicans

Easy-care Lipstick Plant is ideal for a hanging basket. Putting it at eye-level will show off its thickly leaved trailing vines with spectacular flowers.

Lipstick Plant

Botanical Name: Aeschynanthus radicans

Easy-care Lipstick Plant is ideal for a hanging basket. Putting it at eye-level will show off its thickly leaved trailing vines with spectacular flowers.

Get to Know Lipstick Plant

In their native rain forest habitat, these evergreen plants grow as epiphytes, perched on trees, where their long vines sprawl along moss-covered branches. Give these tropical flowering house plants the same dappled sunlight and humidity and they’re extremely easy to grow.

The thick, glossy leaves are 2-4 in (5-10 cm) long and cover the trailing stems, making this vine a lush, tropical accent for your home.

The real attraction, though, is its tubular flowers that emerge from a calyx in bright colors that look like lipstick in a tube. Most often, you’ll find them in red, but some rarer varieties have dark red, orange, yellow or coral blooms.

Aeschynanthus Varieties

You’ll find several species of Aeschynanthus labeled Lipstick Plant or Lipstick Vine. Aeschynanthus radicans is among the most popular for growing indoors.

‘Variegated’ has a creamy white leaf variegation and bright red blooms.  ‘Fireworks’‘Frostfire’ and ‘Flash’ are all showy hybrids with fiery red flowers. ‘Mona Lisa’ is a prolific bloomer with clusters of red flowers.

Caring for Lipstick Plant Year-Round

To repot…or not. Lipstick plants don’t mind being repotted. Repot in spring or summer when the roots fill the pot, moving it up to a pot only 1 to 2 inches larger. Keeping the plant slightly pot-bound will help it to bloom.

Prune it back. Prune back stems after flowering as needed. You can cut up to 1/3 of the plant to prevent it from getting leggy and to encourage branching. Flowers grow near the tips of new stems, so you’ll get more blooms this way.

Lipstick Plant

Botanical Name: Aeschynanthus radicans

Easy-care Lipstick Plant is ideal for a hanging basket. Putting it at eye-level will show off its thickly leaved trailing vines with spectacular flowers.

Get to Know Lipstick Plant

In their native rain forest habitat, these evergreen plants grow as epiphytes, perched on trees, where their long vines sprawl along moss-covered branches. Give these tropical flowering house plants the same dappled sunlight and humidity and they’re extremely easy to grow.

The thick, glossy leaves are 2-4 in (5-10 cm) long and cover the trailing stems, making this vine a lush, tropical accent for your home.

The real attraction, though, is its tubular flowers that emerge from a calyx in bright colors that look like lipstick in a tube. Most often, you’ll find them in red, but some rarer varieties have dark red, orange, yellow or coral blooms.

Aeschynanthus Varieties

You’ll find several species of Aeschynanthus labeled Lipstick Plant or Lipstick Vine. Aeschynanthus radicans is among the most popular for growing indoors.

‘Variegated’ has a creamy white leaf variegation and bright red blooms.  ‘Fireworks’‘Frostfire’ and ‘Flash’ are all showy hybrids with fiery red flowers. ‘Mona Lisa’ is a prolific bloomer with clusters of red flowers.

Caring for Lipstick Plant Year-Round

To repot…or not. Lipstick plants don’t mind being repotted. Repot in spring or summer when the roots fill the pot, moving it up to a pot only 1 to 2 inches larger. Keeping the plant slightly pot-bound will help it to bloom.

Prune it back. Prune back stems after flowering as needed. You can cut up to 1/3 of the plant to prevent it from getting leggy and to encourage branching. Flowers grow near the tips of new stems, so you’ll get more blooms this way.

Get to Know Lipstick Plant

In their native rain forest habitat, these evergreen plants grow as epiphytes, perched on trees, where their long vines sprawl along moss-covered branches. Give these tropical flowering house plants the same dappled sunlight and humidity and they’re extremely easy to grow.

The thick, glossy leaves are 2-4 in (5-10 cm) long and cover the trailing stems, making this vine a lush, tropical accent for your home.

The real attraction, though, is its tubular flowers that emerge from a calyx in bright colors that look like lipstick in a tube. Most often, you’ll find them in red, but some rarer varieties have dark red, orange, yellow or coral blooms.

Aeschynanthus Varieties

You’ll find several species of Aeschynanthus labeled Lipstick Plant or Lipstick Vine. Aeschynanthus radicans is among the most popular for growing indoors.

‘Variegated’ has a creamy white leaf variegation and bright red blooms.  ‘Fireworks’‘Frostfire’ and ‘Flash’ are all showy hybrids with fiery red flowers. ‘Mona Lisa’ is a prolific bloomer with clusters of red flowers.

Caring for Lipstick Plant Year-Round

To repot…or not. Lipstick plants don’t mind being repotted. Repot in spring or summer when the roots fill the pot, moving it up to a pot only 1 to 2 inches larger. Keeping the plant slightly pot-bound will help it to bloom.

Prune it back. Prune back stems after flowering as needed. You can cut up to 1/3 of the plant to prevent it from getting leggy and to encourage branching. Flowers grow near the tips of new stems, so you’ll get more blooms this way.

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