The Tangled Heart Plant is an adorable hanging indoor houseplant. It is also known as Pillow Plant and Swedish Ivy. It is a rapidly growing succulent creeper and has strings of small leaves in the shape of a heart, the leaves of this plant are green in color with slightly visible purple lines across the leaves. These purple lines can be seen when the plant is kept in direct sunlight. Furthermore, its roots grow very shallow and thus, it can be planted in a small container as well. Watering it three to four times a week is sufficient for its development. However, ensure that the soil remains moist and does not become soggy since, over watering can cause yellowing and dropping of leaves. Misting the leaves once in a while will give a fresh look to the plant and will also help in getting rid of the dust accumulated on the plant. Furthermore, it requires indirect sunlight for growing efficiently.
Direct sunlight may scorch the leaves and fade its color. Therefore, it is best to place them in shady places where they won’t have direct exposure to sunlight. Additionally, you can feed the plant with half-dilute fertilizer once a month during its active growth period from around May to August. Apart from that, it doesn’t have a major need of fertilization. Buy this gorgeous Tangled Heart Plant at the lowest of price and give an elegant look to your home.
Water: Tangled heart need water just like other succulents, so make sure you give them a good soak after the soil is completely dried out from the last watering. In the winter, the plants need even less water than in summer.
Feed: This plant grows pretty fast and can be fed with half-strength fertilizer once a month.
Sunlight : Hearts Plant-like heat and bright light but they don’t tolerate direct sunlight. They can be placed indoors in a South or West facing window with a lot of light and if outdoor, they can be in a bright shade area.
Soil: Grows pretty fast when you use loam soil. Organic matter also attracts beneficial organisms that help keep the soil healthy and alive. Shredded leaves and finished compost work beautifully in creating rich, loamy soil as they decompose