String of Pearls
If you’re looking for an easy succulent to grow indoors, opt for the string of pearls (Senecio rowleyanus) plant. In addition to its carefree growth habit, this interesting houseplant can provide a unique focal point in the home. Sprawling over the edges of containers or hanging baskets, the string of pearls resembles a beaded necklace with its fleshy green, pea-like foliage.
Origin: South-western Africa.
Botanical name: Senecio rowleyanus.
Max spread: 91cm.
Toxins removed: N/A.
Pet Friendly: Toxic.
Ingesting leaves can cause nausea symptoms in humans and pets.
Contact with the plants sap may cause skin irritation.
Plant Care Guide
Water: Minimum. Let soil dry before watering.
Light: Indirect sun-light. Bright light exposure to grow successfully.
Temperature: 20°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.
Fertilizer: Once a month in spring & summer.
Medium: Hanging basket as per photo.