Of Southeast Asian origin, this epiphytic plant, or plant that can be found growing on bark or other plants in its natural environment, makes a stunning tropical houseplant. It is true that the Pink Lipstick Plant’s blooms are impressive—perfect pink, ruffled at the tops, and appearing in clusters when Aeschynanthus Lipstick Thai Pink has enough mature growth to begin flowering. But its trailing, succulent foliage is equally appealing. Leaves are rounded and taper to slight points, causing some to view them as nearly “heart-shaped”. An easy-care option for a hanging basket or high perch, this plant needs watering once it dries out and does well in locations with high humidity. Feed regularly with all-purpose liquid fertilizer, and position in bright indirect light to maximize potential for blooms.