My daughter got this plant 6 or 7 years ago......and I'm having a senior moment and can't remember the name of it, dangit!! Anyway, back when she got it, it was tall and had flowers, and looked a lot different. After a while the flowers died off, leaving just the stalks with leaves. At some point, the cat got to it and ate all the leaves and in the process bent the stalks, and it looked like it was a goner. But Paige didn't have the heart to throw it out....she's like me, if there's ANY chance there's life left, she just can't do it. Anyway, she kept it, and surprisingly it started to put out new leaves and stalks. It grew a bit, but then the dog (the one before Charlie the great dane, little poodle/spaniel mix) jumped up on the table where it was and knocked it over, de-potting it completely and breaking all the stalks. Paige almost threw it away again, but decided to see if it might just come back. Sure enough, it did. I won't bore you by recounting the litany of accidents that's happened to that plant. It's been knocked over, pulled out of its pot by the roots, eaten by Charlie, got left in a dark cupboard for two weeks right after they moved because it got forgotten, had leaves pulled off of it, juice poured into it....you name it that plant has suffered it! Amazingly, it's still growing. For some reason in the midst of all that it stopped growing up, and now it just sort of spreads and cascades. It just simply WILL NOT DIE!!!! Ok, but that's not the end of the story! Apparently not only will it not die, but it looks like it's setting out to ensure its survival into perpetuity by ..... propagating, I guess is what it's doing. Look what I found in the mother in law plant that sits right next to it! Take a closer look! Somehow, and I have NO IDEA how it happened, a shoot? seed? tendril? who knows what? has insinuated itself into the soil of the mother in law, and is now happily growing there! Have you ever??!!