The string of pearls plant, Senecio rowleyanus, is a funky succulent vine with rounded leaves that look like strands of pearls or peas. Formerly classified as Curio rowleyanus, it is also commonly called string of beads. Native to South Africa.
Grow on average 1-2 feet long and wide. The pearl-like leaves are plump water storage vessels. Small white blossoms with a cinnamon-like fragrance may bloom in summertime.
Light: Direct Sunlight
Pet Friendly: Can cause mouth irritation and digestive reaction.
Air Cleaner: Removes harmful pollutants from the air.
Water: Occasional watering, drought-tolerant.