A beautiful trailing plant with spade shaped leaves. It produces pink and purple bell-shaped flowers in clusters. Looks stunning in a hanging basket or cascading over the sides of a pot.
Dischidia hirsuta likes to be kept on the dry side. I pot mine up using an orchid mix full of bark and they love it. This is an epiphytic plant that likes high humidity as it's natural habitat is in rainforests. If humidity is low it will benefit from a light misting.
Also known as the Ant plant, it can be grown indoors in an area that is bright but doesn't receive direct sunlight.
Pictured here in a 13cm pot, it will be posted potted.