Senecio rowleyanus - String of Pearls Hanging Plant
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🪴 Skill Level: Almost unkillable - perfect for beginners
🌤 Location: Prefers bright indirect light
📏 Grows up to: 100cm
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Nursery Pot Size:
Air Purifier? Great for removing air impurities
Minimum plant height: 10-20cm
Grows up to: 100cm
Stems per pot: 10+
Child / Pet Safe: Safe
Humidity: Occasional mist is enjoyed (once a week)
Top Tip: Once in a while, pop it outside when it's raining so the leaves get cleaned off
Information on plant sizes
All plants are measured from the bottom of the nursery pot to the tip of the plant and if a height is specified, this is an approximate height, not set in stone. As all plants are living things, they will vary in size throughout the year, and we do our best to give a guide as to the size you can expect. If in doubt drop us an email email@example.com.
Senecio rowleyanus, commonly known as String of Pearls, is the laid-back, boho-chic houseplant that's all about the chill vibes. Native to South Africa, this unique succulent has become a trendy addition to homes and apartments.
Imagine a cascade of tiny, spherical leaves that resemble delicate pearls strung together. That's the String of Pearls, and it adds a touch of whimsy and natural elegance to any space. It's like Mother Nature's version of a trendy necklace.
String of Pearls is easy to care for. It prefers bright, indirect sunlight and doesn't need much water. In fact, overwatering can be its kryptonite, so it's all about keeping it on the dry side. If you've heard that they're difficult, it's simply plant parents over watering.
The hangers on these baskets can be removed so if you prefer your String Of Pearls to sit on a bookshelf or sideboard, it will be no problem.
Important notice: The String of Pearls come coiled in the packaging to safeguard them during transportation. When you unwrap them, we advise delicately untwisting the coils and carefully separating the vines around the pot. Rushing through this process may result in losing some of the pearls, so take your time. Allow the coils to hang for a few days before gradually parting the vines (patience is key). While some loss of foliage is inevitable, these plants are known for their rapid growth and will regenerate swiftly.
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