String of Nickels
String of Nickels

String of Nickels

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String of Nickels

String of nickels succulents (Dischidia nummularia) get their name from their appearance. Grown for its foliage, the tiny round leaves of the string of nickels plant resemble small coins dangling on a cord. The leaf color can vary from pale green to a bronze or silvery tone.

Read more at Gardening Know How: String Of Nickels Plant Info: How To Grow String Of Nickels Succulents

Dischidia Nummularia aka String of nickels.
3 nodes cutting with roots.
Ready to be potted.

Origin: In the wild it is found in India, China, Indonesia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Malaysia, and Australia..

Botanical name: Dischidia Nummularia

Family: Apocynaceae.

Suitable: Indoor.

Max spread: 60cm.

Toxins removed: N/A.

Pet Friendly: Midly-toxic. 


Plant Care Guide

 Water: Minimum. Let soil dry before watering.

    Light: Indirect sun-light. Bright light exposure to grow successfully.

        Temperature: 21°C - 26°C. Ideal room temperatures.

        Humidity: Medium. 50 - 60%. Mist plant once a week, don't over water.

        Soil: Good drainage potting mix. 6.6 - 7.5 ph. Slighty alkaline.

        Fertilizer: Once a week in spring & summer.

         Plant Size

        Small: 3 node cutting with roots