Originated from Central and South America, the Goldfish Plant is beloved for its unusual flowers resembling baskets.
In nature, the Goldfish Plant grows as an epiphyte, but it can also be grown indoors.
It got its name from the specific flower shape that looks just like small fish.
Its vining stems can reach up to 2-3 inches (5,8-7.6 cm) long, and branches grow up to 3 feet (90 cm) long.
This tropical plant is fast-growing if all conditions for care are met and can start blooming in 6 to 10 weeks after planting and flower all year long.