String of Pearls in Clay Pot
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Senecio rowleyanus, which resembles pearls, will continue growing in a trailing habit over the pot. Also called rosary string of beads or string of pearls plant, this creeping succulent is great addition to an indoor garden. The faint white blooms (which smell a bit like cinnamon) are quite welcome if you are so lucky to have them come. However, it is the thin thread-like stems and fleshy round, bead-like leaves that make this unusual houseplant great.
Sun: Bright indirect. Thanks to their leaf windows they can tolerate slightly less light than some non-green succulent varieties.
Water: Low. String of Pearls shouldn’t be watered too often. When watering, bear in mind that like most succulents, String of Pearls succulents are tolerant of periods of drought.
Pets: Toxic for pets