Lipstick Vine is a showy plant that originated in southern Asia. It belongs to the Aeschynanthus genus, which includes 150 known species of epiphytes. These plants can be grown indoors and outdoors but are only suitable for USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11. The best way to propagate lipstick vines is through cuttings. They can be rooted in water or soilless potting mix. These plants require bright, indirect light and a temperature range of 59 to 79°F. They should be watered regularly but not overwatered to prevent root rot. Lipstick vines are low-maintenance and can be used in hanging baskets or as indoor decorations. They are susceptible to pests like aphids and diseases like leaf spot and root rot.