Ceropegia ampliata is a perennial twiner or scrambler with a succulent stem arising from a fleshy, tuberous rootstock. Leaves are very small, up to about 3 mm long. The stem is the main organ used for photosynthesis. Flowers are produced at each node. The flower tube is pale green to white or white with green longitudinal stripes.
Plant it under a tree or shrub with an open canopy.