String of watermelons (Senecio Harreianus)


A creeping succulent originating in southwest Africa, String of Watermelons is a quirky plant with strange, trailing stems of oval, bead-like leaves, the shape of beads or grapes.


Leaves are green, lined with fine dark green or purple strips and translucent “window”. Exposure to sunlight will deepen purple tone on the leaves and stem. Flowers are small, white and brush-like, appearing in long peduncles.


This plant needs sun or bright light to thrive indoors. Give them some room to trail, they look particularly attractive grown in a beautiful hanging basket or cascading from shelves.


Growing Conditions

Light:             Very bright indirect sunlight.  

Water:           Allow the top 1” of soil to dry out between watering. 

Humidity requirement:  No

Level of Care: Easy, Low maintenance, suitable for beginner

Toxic to pets:           Yes


$40. Plant is in 130 mm pot. Pot will not be posted.

String of watermelons (Senecio Harreianus)

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