Senecio rowleyanus is a flowering perennial succulent that is native to the dry regions of southwestern Africa. These succulent vines grow in shady areas, protected by rocks and tall plants and root whenever their stems touch the ground.
Care: Senecio Rowleyanus “String of Pearls” is a low-maintenance succulent. It can be grown and propagated without much effort. Their round pea-shaped leaves store plenty of water, so these succulents don’t need frequent watering. Overwatering can lead to root rot and can make their “pearls” burst.
Water: about once a week. Let the soil be slightly dry in between watering.
Sunlight: strong indirect sunlight.