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  • Also known as “string of beads” or “Rosary,”
  • This succulent is a perennial vine of the Asteraceae family and is native to southwest Africa.
  • Like most succulents, it requires very little hands-on care.
  • In addition to its unique foliage, string of pearls can produce tiny white flowers with bright-colored stamens. (Some say the blooms smell like cinnamon.)
  • Plants Will Be Given With Free Plastic Pot
  • Variegated String of Pearls A phenomenal variegated oddity in the succulent world. String of Pearls is a well-loved favorite but its variegated form is a cut above. Its bead-like leaves are mottled with cream, green, and sometimes even pink! The thin, string-like stems can cascade several feet.
  • String of Pearls tends to like a bit more water than most succulents. Only water when the soil is dry; a slight wrinkling of the leaves indicates the plant is ready for water.
  • produces pom pom-like flowers that smell of cinnamon. Try growing Variegated String of Pearls in a hanging pot
  • This variety is easy to re-root from stem cuttings.
  • Plant Will Be Given With free Plastic Pot