Watermelon Dischidia refers to perennial succulents and is an epiphyte by nature. Native to Australia and Southeast Asia, it belongs to the genus Dischidia. The plant is often installed in a tall terrarium or pot, where they grow best.
Watermelon Dischidia has fleshy green leaves, by which the plant can be easily identified because its markings look like small watermelons. If the plant receives enough sunlight, the leaves change color to red.
The flowers do not have a spectacular appearance; they are small with purple lines and green-yellow colors.
Watermelon Dischidia can grow up to 5 cm (2 in) tall, and its creeping vines hanging from surfaces can grow up to 3 meters (10 ft) long.