String of Pearls
Curio rowleyanus, syn. Senecio rowleyanus
A unique member of the succulent family, string of pearls have small pea-shaped leaves that cascade over the edge of planters! When in bloom, it has fragrant puffy round flowers that adorn each vine.
Light Needs: Full sun, at least 6 hours of bright light
Water Needs: Succulent care - allow soil to dry out significantly before watering from the bottom of the pot. If watering from the top, be sure to avoid soaking the leaves.
Bloom Season: Generally spring/summer
Size: Low growing; vines can grow up to 2 feet in length
Growth Habit: Trailing, vining
- Feed once a month during the growing season with an all-purpose houseplant food (May through September).