String of Pearls
The notoriously challenging plant to grow and keep alive is native to Southwest Africa. The string of pearls is the plant that is that sweet balance between “leave me alone” and “don’t you forget me!” The drought resistant String of Pearls is a hanging succulent that looks just as it sounds, with round, pearl like ‘leaves’ that grow off long, slender stems.
Light – Bright indirect with a bit of direct light. The plant will grow more dense if the top of pot is well lit.
Water – Water once a week in warmer seasons , cut back watering in colder seasons. Generally its good to wait until the soil is dry before next watering.
Humidity– No particular humidity requirements
Repot – Report when the plant becomes rootbound