I took a picture of my String of Pearls to show you the little leaf “windows”. When seen like this with background light, you can clearly see the cute little slits that allow the inside of the leaf to receive sunlight. This plant has proven to be a fast grower, but also a bit finicky. String of Pearls loves water unlike most other succulents and I haven’t really gotten used to this. I’ve killed too many bead branches already because I keep forgetting about it.
In these pics: Jade necklace (Crassula marnieriana) and String of pearls (Senecio rowleyanus)
Before and after photos of my two succulent buddies, Sedum Stahlii and Senecio Serpens (blue chalk sticks), 2 years ago and now.
The blue and red combo makes this my favorite and most colorful community planter.