7 Most Beautiful and Popular String Succulents

7 Most Beautiful and Popular String Succulents 

Homiful.com -- Succulents come in many varieties and types. The uniquely shaped string succulent is one such type. String succulents are also quite popular and have many variants, one of which is the following "7 Most Beautiful and Popular String Succulents". Let's check it out!

String of Hearts 


String of Hearts, Ceropegia linearis subsp. woodii, is an evergreen tuberous succulent with long trailing stems that bear little, heart-shaped, grey-patterned leaves. They have a rich green hue when exposed to enough light. The leaves are pale green when exposed to little light. Flowers bloom from late summer to early fall and can last up to 6 weeks.

String of Turtles


Peperomia prostrata, often known as String of Turtles, is a tiny, slow-growing vining plant native to Brazil's forest. Because of its tiny form and delicate leaves, it is ideal for container gardens and terrariums. The leaves range from dark green to purple and have a lovely pattern of white veins. Flowers are little, cream-colored blooms on long spikes.

String of Tears


String of Tears, originally Curio citriformis or Senecio citriformis, is a one-of-a-kind, slow-growing succulent with upright and trailing stems and teardrop-shaped leaves. Its natural habitat includes South Africa, Lesotho, and Swaziland. 

The leaves are soft and green to deep green in color, depending on the season, with visible longitudinal stripes. Flowers are tiny, creamy-yellow, and occur on slender, wiry stalks from late summer through winter.

String of Dolphins


Senecio 'Hippogriff', also known as Curio x peregrinus or Senecio x peregrinus, is a unique succulent with leaves that resemble tiny small dolphins flying out of the surf (also known as String of Dolphins). They become more and more similar as they mature, refining themselves as an attractive potted plant. Look for little white flowers that smell like cinnamon in the fall.

String of Bananas


String of Bananas (Curio radicans), originally known as Senecio radicans, is a fast-growing succulent with glossy, banana-shaped leaves on many tendrils. It is endemic to South Africa. Flowers are tiny, white, and cinnamon-scented, appearing in late winter or early spring. It is relatively hardy and simple to cultivate, making it an excellent choice for newbie gardeners.

String of Pearls


String of Pearls (Curio rowleyanus), originally known as Senecio rowleyanus, is a lovely trailing succulent endemic to dry southwest Africa. The popular name comes from the specialized leaves, which are the size and form of little peas. The blooms are tiny, white to nearly white, and brush-like. They bloom in the summer.

String of Buttons


String of Buttons (Crassula perforata) is a fast-growing, slightly shrubby, and spreading succulent endemic to South Africa's Cape Provinces and KwaZulu-Natal. The fleshy stems start out upright and eventually become woody and prostrate. The triangular leaves are grey-green with reddish edges. The little star-shaped blooms develop in spring and are white to light yellow.

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Author        : Rieka

Editor        : Munawaroh

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