Callisia repens, also known as creeping inchplant or Turtle Vine, is a succulent creeping plant from the family Commelinaceae. This species comes from Central and South America. The perennial plant forms creeping mats. The flowering shoots are ascending. The fleshy, delicate leaves grow smaller towards the tip of the shoot. The leaf blade is oval to lanceolate. It grows quickly, and multiplies easily by long, creeping shoots that root in each node, as soon as it is on the ground.
Turtle Vine is a hardy plant and has less watering needs. It is an excellent plant for novice and experienced gardeners. It can thrive in a variety of conditions and requires minimal attention.
When planted outdoors, Turtle Vine's spreading and trailing growth habit can provide effective ground cover, helping to control soil erosion. This makes it a useful addition to gardens or landscaping projects.
Turtle Vine grows comfortably in areas with arid or dry temperatures because of its ability to store water in its thick, fleshy leaves.
Turtle Vine is an excellent air-purifying plants that absorbs harmful chemicals and gives out oxygen-rich air.
Turtle Vine is an outdoor plant. It should be kept in an area receiving bright sunlight during the summer months. As the winters set in, protect the plant from frost.
Turtle Vine does not need much fertilizer. Adding vermicompost twice a year will be sufficient for this herbal beauty to thrive.
The Turtle Vine plant is a plant of the desert and a succulent. It must be kept outdoors for its healthy growth.
The Turtle Vine plant requires 5-6 hours of sunlight in a day, preferably the morning sun.
With proper care, such as sunlight and soil the Turtle Vine plant will live for several years.
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