Senecio Rowleyanus “String of Pearls”
- Plant Care
Senecio rowleyanus is a flowering perennial succulent that belongs to the Asteraceae family. Native to the dry regions of southwestern Africa, these succulent vines grow in shady areas, protected by rocks and tall plants and root whenever their stems touch the ground.
String of pearls plants are unique vining succulents that are easily recognizable by their almost spherical, tiny pea-shaped leaves. The leaves grow on trailing stems that gracefully spill over the sides of planters and hanging baskets. You can use these stems to propagate the plant, which is a very robust and quick grower but does not live long without propagation.
- They're best kept in direct sunlight during the softer morning hours, then moved to a spot that gets diffused, indirect light, or partial shade throughout the harsher afternoon hours.Keep the plant's soil lightly moist during the growing season in the summer, then reduce water during the winter months.Any regular succulent potting soil is fine for your string of pearls plants, but sandy soil is best.15 - 25°CFeed your string of pearls plants biweekly during their growing season with a balanced liquid or water-soluble fertilizer, diluted to about half strength.
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