String of Pearls (Senecio rowleyanus)
have bead-shaped leaves that are bright green along thin, string-like stems. This trailing plant can cascade down, making it a great hanging plant. String of Pearls tends to like a bit more water than most succulents. When watering, soak until water runs out the drainage hole. Allow soil to dry before watering again. If you notice wrinkling of the leaves, it is a sign the plant is ready for a good drink. If it stays dry for too long will cause the pearl to dry up on the stem, but can rot easily if soil stays soggy.
When it Blooms: Spring to Summer months producing white pom pom like flowers that have a sweet scent!
Soil: well draining
Light: Bright filtered to direct light for 6-8 hours a day
Water: Saturate and then let dry out between watering
8" hanging basket or 4" Pot
*Plant ships bare root