A great trailing succulent with clusters of variegated pearl like leaves.


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Curio rowleyanus¬†‘Variegata’¬†is also known as string of pearls or string of beads, it was also previously known as Senicio but was reclassified to Curio. This is a great trailing succulent plant that will cascade over the pot and can happily grow long trailing strings up to 90cm. It is an attractive plant with lots of beads and pearls on a central growing stem that will happily grow in spring and summer.

This succulent grows well in lower light levels which makes this a perfect indoor house plant. It can be grown outside in the warmer months, for best results it should be grown in morning or evening Sun, as it responds much better to cooler temperatures especially during the summer. In the Autumn it will produce a little white flower that produces a light fragrance.

Please Note: Succulents change colour throughout the year and the plants we deliver can look different from the pictures. All plants are shipped bare root (without soil).