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Senecio rowleyanus - Hanging

Senecio rowleyanus - Hanging

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String of Pearls: A Cascading Chain of Botanical Beauty (Senecio Rowleyanus)

The Senecio rowleyanus, also widely known as the String of Pearls, is a captivating succulent that brings a touch of whimsy and cascading charm to any indoor space. With its unique, bead-like leaves and flowing vines, it's a popular choice for plant lovers of all experience levels.

Pot Width: 14cm

Plant Hang: 30cm

A Visual Delight:

  • Cascading Wonder: This succulent features long, slender stems adorned with plump, spherical leaves that resemble strings of pearls. The vibrant green foliage creates a mesmerizing display, especially when displayed in hanging baskets or allowed to cascade over shelves.
  • Delicate yet Durable: While the String of Pearls may appear delicate, it's a surprisingly resilient succulent. Its easygoing nature makes it perfect for busy plant parents.

Effortless Care for Big Rewards:

  • Low Maintenance: This succulent thrives on neglect and requires minimal attention. It's a forgiving plant that won't suffer if you forget to water it occasionally.
  • Bright Indirect Light: Prefers bright, indirect sunlight. Avoid harsh, direct sun which can scorch the leaves. It can tolerate lower light conditions but may grow leggy with fewer pearls.
  • Water Wisely: Water moderately when the top inch of soil dries out completely. Overwatering is a common cause of problems for succulents like the String of Pearls.
  • Adaptable to Humidity: The String of Pearls adapts to average household humidity levels, but will appreciate occasional misting, especially in dry climates.

Bonus Tip!

The String of Pearls can be easily propagated from stem cuttings. Simply snip off a section of vine with a few pearls and plant it in well-draining soil. In no time, you'll have even more cascading beauty to enjoy!

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