String of Beads (Senecio hereianus) similar to String of pearls but with slightly more oval shaped succulent leaves also nicknamed String of bananas.
This hardy hanging plant is a trailing succulent vine which makes it a unique and perfect hanging houseplant or looks fab draping from a shelf. The little succulent leaflets are small slightly oval bead like shapes.
Native to southwest Africa. Houseplant for beginners or any of us busy bees that want something beautiful and low maintenance which also makes this the perfect plant for an office or business.
Comes in a plastic 10.5cm diameter pot
Happy in bright light conditions to moderate light.
Spring to Autumn months, keep the plant's soil moist, but not wet, about once every 10-14 days. In winter less watering and let it dry out in between waterings- roughly once a month. Beads that look too flat are a sign that it needs watering and that soil is dry.
string of bananas, string of beads, string of pearls, teardrops.
They will grow quite long, but if you want them to grow thicker cut them back and repot the cuttings into moist soil to propagate.
If ingested by humans it is toxic and can lead to nausea and vomiting, however can be very toxic to animals so keep out of reach of pets.