Native to Southeast Africa, this unusual succulent house plant is a vigorous grower, quickly creeping across the surface of the pot, then cascading down the side. Its trailing stems can reach 60-90 cm). If long stems become straggly, you can cut them off. Poke healthy stem tip cuttings back into the soil to create a full, lush plant.
Fantastic for shelf decoration and plant hangers. Makes a great addition to any plant collection.
Not edible. Toxic if accidentally ingested.
Light: Bright light with some direct sun
Water: Keep your String of Pearls plant lightly moist during the growing season (spring through fall). Cut back on the water in winter, watering just enough to prevent the soil from drying out. Beads that look flat are a sign that the soil is too dry. Give it a good drink, but take care not to overwater. This succulent will not tolerate soggy soil.