This has been a variety that has elongated wide string bean looking foliage similar to Hoya shepardii. The leaf margins can appear almost fully black when exposed to strong light. As they mature they vine downward beautifully.
These will not want to be in scorching direct sun, but a nice bright filtered light or even dappled sun will cause them to blush with darker colors! We would recommend watering when the soil dries completely. This may be around 10-14 days depending on your home environment. A good indicator when they are thirsty is when the the foliage starts to feel limp and slightly flexible. When repotting, be sure to use a semi-coarse, chunky soil medium that will drain water well.
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