Callisia repens, also commonly referred to as a creeping inch plant or turtle vine, thrives in a humid and warm environment. This flowering plant has several types, collectively known as roselings. Everything about this plant group is appealing, from color to shape. The succulent creeping plant is one of the earliest house plants discovered in the 1700s. All members of this plant group have over-visual appeal with their silky, bright, and beautiful flower colors. Callisia adds color and aesthetics to your space. Aside from the attractive appearance of the plant, it also has environmental benefits. Russians and some other parts of the world use Callisia, including Callisia fragrans in vodka, to mitigate colds, skin problems, stomach upset, and arthritis. So, you would be housing a bag of gold when you add turtle vine to your collection of houseplants. You can explore various members of the Callisia family for your home.