There are few more iconic or charming houseplants than Ceropegia woodii x, String of Hearts. Also known as “Rosary Vine,” due to the lengthy “beads” of leaves on long vines, and “Sweetheart Vine” for its heart-shaped leaves, String of Hearts is beloved by many. The leaves spill out of a hanging container or pot on long, thin, cascading vines. Luckily, it is also easy to care for, as it is drought-resistant, sun-loving, and long-growing. Its vines can grow to be 4-feet long or even longer. The dark green leaf pairs pop up every 3-inches or so along the vines, and they will give you a surprise with their colors, which include lacy white patterns on top and a hint of purple on the other side.