As it's name suggests, one might think that these are piled up strings of pearls. If you ask me, I think they look like cute little english peas simmering in a pot. Either way, I'm sure you see the attraction.
If you're looking for an easy peasy (pardon the pun) succulent plant to grow indoors, look no further. The unique foliage spilling over the edge with thin thread like stems that holds the "pearls" together is the cool part.
Oh, and did we tell you it's super easy to propagate?
Light: Bright light indoors or Full sun to part shade Height: 3-6" (8-15cm) Width: 1-2' Hardiness: Zone 9-12 Bloom Time: Seasonal bloomer Color: Small white blooms Habit: Trailing Water: When dry Soil: Dry, sandy, well-drained, cactus-type potting mix Care: Tolerates drought, dry conditions.
Suggestions: String of Pearls is great for a ground cover in Zones 9-12. Otherwise it's a great indoor plant to use in mixed containers with other succulents or simply in a hanging basket alone. Good container pairings are Mother of Thousands (Kalanchoe daigremontiana) or Large Purple Aeonium (Aeonium arboreum 'Zwartkop').