The piggyback plant is a notoriously easy to care for houseplant. A novel feature of the piggyback plant is its means of propagation. Piggybacks develop buds at the base of each leaf where it meets the leaf stalk. New plants develop a piggyback style off the parent leaf, forcing it to bend under the weight and touch the ground. The new piggyback will then develop roots and become a new separate plant.
|Size — 130mm|
|Growth Width — 40mm|
|Growth Height — 30cm|
|Light Requirements — Part Shade, Shade|
|Soil Requirements — Special potting mix|
Use a quality potting mix such as Supersoil Professional potting mix.
Keep soil moist at all times.
Remove damaged or yellowing leaves as they occur.