String of pearls
The succulent string of pearls, with its small green bubbles along a slender stem, the plant grows fast and propagates easily, and can grow both indoor and outdoor. It can’t help its quirkiness. a string of pearls can produce tiny white flowers with bright-colored stamens.
Planting & Care
Sunlight: string of pearls does well in bright light.
Soil: Make sure to plant it in a pot with a drainage hole and use potting mix suitable for cacti.
Water: Recommended amount is once every two weeks.
Fertilizer: Succulents usually don’t need a lot of fertilizer and too much fertilizer can kill Pearls succulents too. During growth time, they might get fertilized once every 2 or 4 weeks in spring and mid-summer.
Temperature: String of Pearls succulent should be kept at an average indoor temperature of 70° - 80° degrees Fahrenheit.
Pruning: To prune, simply trim off any bygone stems or beads.