Ceropegia rendalii is a perennial, twining herb (vine) with a thin stem and flat dark green fleshy leaves. It has small, very unusual white flowers about 25mm long with a small umbrella like canopy a the end. The flowers are borne between March and September. They make good container plants with their lovely flowers once described to resemble a fountain of wax which is what the Genus name refers to (keros-wax, pege-fountain).
Ceropegia rendalii can be grown in a garden but care must be taken that it is not overrun by shrubby plants.