String of Pearls
Senecio rowleyanus are a succulent native to South Africa where they actually spread across desert floors rather than hanging as we tend to have them in our homes. They are commonly known as the string of pearls because of their densely packed, pearl-shaped foliage which sits on thin hanging stems that in maturity can trail to great lengths. This plant makes for an impressive addition to anyone's collection, and are ideal for trailing across a sunny windowsill, or to have cascading down from a hanging pot or basket
How to care for your String of Pearls
String of pearls likes bright light, with some direct sunlight, and can survive long periods without water. Water from the bottom, using a saucer, once every fortnight – watering too often can increase the chances of root rot. If planted in a pot with no drainage holes, simply mist thoroughly.
Pot size appox 7cm
Please expect some variation in plant colour and shape from the listing image.
TOXIC TO CATS & DOGS