A strange shrub from tropical regions with curious flattened and jointed stems which give rise to the common names Tapeworm/ Centipede plant or ribbon bush. Tiny little white flowers followed by red fruits may appear in the right conditions. If so these appear on the joints of the stems.
Light: Tapeworm plant does best if located bright with some morning and/or evening sun. but it also can be grown on a light shaded place.
Water: It can be planted in a standard potting mix. keep it evenly moist and because of rotten roots avoid over watering. the drying of the soil’s surface will be tolerated, but it should not completely dry, this can cause leaf drop.
Humidity:It likes a medium humidity and welcomes if sprayed over with water regularly.
SHIPPING AND DELIVERY INFO
Plants are shipped in 4” pot. Includes detailed care instruction card.
The plants require special pre-shipping preparation, and ship within 3-5 business days. You'll receive a notification email with tracking when your order ships.