Commonly known as Million Hearts, Dischidia ruscifolia is an evergreen, perennial sprawling or climbing plant with small succulent heart-shaped leaves that face each other on a long arching stem creating “chains of heart”.
Dischidia ruscifolia, also known as million hearts, is an epiphytic plant native to the Philippines. It is a decorative plant that comprises stiff, slender green shoots that grow to 3.3 feet in length before taking root at the tip and continuing, which are densely decorated in pairs of stiff, succulent, heart-shaped leaves; hence the name "Million Hearts". Many tiny white flowers appear on the internodes and remain for long periods of time. The plant looks graceful in a hanging pot, but is found in dense clumps and clusters on overhead tree branches in its habitat.