String of pearls (Senecio rowleyanus)
The String of Pearls (String of beads, Senecio rowleyanus) is a common and popular succulent houseplant. This species is closely related to the common String of fishhooks. It has multiple tendrils of glossy and special foliage.
This trailing succulent is an easy plant to take care of, with minimal needs for water and its hardiness, it is a great plant for everyone.
Indoors The String of Pearls likes to live in a bright but low lit spot with not a lot of direct sunlight. Keep it away from hot glass or prolonged exposure to hot summer sun because it’ll burn and the beads with wilt.
We recommend to water once every 2 weeks in winter, spring and autumn and once a week in summer.
Every plant is unique so the plant you will receive may differ slightly from the one pictured.
All our plants are sourced from Twig and Fern
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