Botanical Name: Curio rowleyanus
The String of Pearls' odd shaped leaves is an adaptation to arid environments and allows for the storage of water while exposing a minimum amount of surface area per volume to the dry desert air. Like most succulents, it requires very infrequent watering (about once a month), a few hours of direct sunlight and is not affected by humidity. It can be grown indoors or outdoors (above freezing temperature) and is considered to be low maintenance.
Approximately 7" in height
- Keep soil fairly dry; water thoroughly when soil is dry to touch, draining excess water
- Prefers bright sunlight. Will tolerate limited lower light
- Place in a moderate to warm temperature location
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