String of Pearls (Senecio rowleyanus). The String of Pearls is a member of the senecio family, which also includes ‘Dusty Miller’, ‘German Ivy’ and ‘Cineraria’, to name a couple of. Even if the senecios vary widely, they have got similar requirements and many of their delicate, succulent tapestries fill the same horticutual niche. String of Pearls, is a well-liked and low-maintenance plant to grow in a sunny window. This can be a slow-growing variety, but your patience will be rewarded. Light: Window. Water: Water when surface is dry. They’re forgiving if you overlook. Fertilizer: Use either a balanced or low-nitrogen formula at low levels, but continuously—March through October. Soil: Must be loose and porous like a cactus soil.
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The plant you’re going to receive is growing in a 6″ hanging basket and the vines are just beginning to cascade over the edge of the pot.
Use either a balanced or low-nitrogen formula at low levels, but continuously—March through October
Soil: Must be loose and porous like a cactus soil
String of Pearls (Senecio rowleyanus)