Plectranthus verticillatus is one of the most popular perennial indoor plants thanks to its easy care and durability. It is a semi-succulent, also known as Swedish Begonia, Whorled Plectranthus, and Swedish Ivy.
You might think that if the name has the word Swedish, it is most likely the country of origin, but no. In the wild, Swedish Ivy thrives in KwaZulu-Natal (a province east of the Republic of South Africa). You can identify this plant by its bright green round leaves. Plumes can reach from 4 to 12 inches (10 to 30 cm) in length and extend to about 24 inches (60 cm). The fruits of Swedish Ivy are small brown nuts 0,04 inches (1 mm) in size.