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Small String of Pearls

£6.00

We hand deliver gift wrapped plants - Bath city ONLY. You can add a message for free, we will hand write the tag on your behalf (for visual see second image of wrapped cheese plant.)

A little baby plant, this pot is around 6cm and longest trails on the plant are approx 10cm.

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.

After you have one string of pearls plant, you can easily propagate new ones (or make your original look fuller) by placing cuttings into soil and allowing them to take root.

In addition to its unique foliage, string of pearls can produce tiny white flowers with bright-colored stamens.

 

  • String of pearls does well in bright light. Consider placing it on a sunny windowsill or, if bright sunlight is limited, leave it under a fluorescent light during daylight hours.
  • Make sure there’s plenty of room for your plant to sprawl. Consider displaying it in a hanging basket so tendrils can cascade downwards.
  • Be sure the plant (and any fallen beads) are out of reach of children and pets: This succulent can be toxic when consumed.

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