This cascading evergreen plant is
perfect for a container or hanging
basket. Vibrant orange-red blooms
look like dolphins leaping in the
air. Hang this charming houseplant
near a window, or place on
a pedestal to create that perfect
Light: Bright indirect light
Height: 20-36" vining
Bloom Time: Year round
Zones: 10—Houseplant or tender tropical
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Dancing Dolphin Vine Product Details
Tender evergreen subshrub
Shade/Partial Shade/Full Sun
3 - 4" tall but vining to 20-36" long
non aggressive trailing habit
Evergreen, ovate to elliptic, pointed leaves with a hairy texture.
Tubular single or small clusters of flowers borne at the leaf axils.
Dark orange red with yellow stamens.
Moderately fertile, humus-rich soil.
Cascading evergreen plant, perfect for a container or hanging basket indoors or outdoors in a shaded area for the summer. Blooms resemble leaping or 'dancing' dolphins. Will bloom all year long but will taper off a bit in the fall and winter months but with the onset of longer days in the spring and summer, it will begin blooming in profusion again.
Likes good natural light indoors, preferable an eastern exposure.
Dancing Dolphin Vine Customer Reviews
Dolphin PlantReview by Debbie Gregory - Central City, KY Posted on 2013-03-24 07:17:20
Love the dark green leaves but didn't know about leaving it in a small pot to get my dolphins to grow. Had them over a year and nothing yet! Should I re-pot them in a small pot to get my dolphins to grow? Great company to do business with!
Wow!!Review by Jennifer - Memphis, TN Posted on 2012-05-19 19:09:24
This plant has defied all expectations!! It is so beautiful, and was even blooming when I received it!!
LOVE IT!!!Review by jean - Baltimore, MD Posted on 2012-05-02 20:30:19
I had this plant for approximately 2 years. It was beautiful and did resemble "dolphins". My sister loved the plant, so I gave it to her and it's doing great. The plant has to be "root tight" in the pot for it to bloom profusely. I'm thinking of ordering another plant for me.....I miss my dolphins.